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10/23/14 01:36 PM
Press Release - Campbell County takes considerable pride in keeping its citizens informed of what is happening in their government. Commissioner meetings are run on local cable channels and are streamed live on both the County and the City’s website. Information is regularly sent to the local newspapers, including annual budgets. The website and social media sights are kept up to date with
10/23/14 10:30 AM
MOORCROFT, WYO-- If the Moorcroft Wolves football team beats the Lingle Ft. Laramie Doggers Friday, they have an opportunity to make the playoffs for the first tins since 2008.The (3-4) Wolves have already matched its win total over the l
10/23/14 06:17 AM
CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Today the Wyoming Republican Party released the following statement in response to Dr. Taylor Haynes filing paperwork with the Wyoming Secretary of State to count his write-in votes in the General election. Dr. Haynes failed to secure the Republican nomination for Governor in the August 19th Primary Election.

“The Republican Primary occurred and voters
10/23/14 06:11 AM
AVA Community Art Center presents Pearls of the Prairie Wine Festival and Miniature Auction Friday, October 24th from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Clarion Hotel. Experience an evening of fine wines and hors d’oeuvres from Gillette’s finest restaurants. Embrace the ambiance of good friends, wine, and new flavors all while supporting local artists, art advocacy grants, and college scholarships.
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10/24/14 01:27 AM
The sun was front and center for about an hour and a half Thursday afternoon, particularly in the viewpoint of a special telescope on the lawn of the Mohns Science Center at Sheridan College. Why? An event that happens every couple of years made an appearance, a partial solar eclipse. Basically, the moon passed in front of the sun from about 3:45 to 5:30 pm. Rob Milne, Science Coordinator, and Chemistry Instructor at the College explains...
10/23/14 03:45 PM
A 6-year-old girl taken by her biological mother from northeastern Wyoming Monday will soon be reunited with her guardian grandparents, the Sheridan Police Department reports. Sergeant Travis Koltiska says on October 20th, the child was taken by her mother and removed from custody of her grandparents who are her court-placed guardians. Koltiska said a nationwide alert was released regarding the child who was found safe in Spokane, Washington this morning...
10/23/14 02:49 AM
Would saying the dreaded "s" word cause problems? Well sorry, snow is coming whether you like it or not, and the Sheridan City crews are preparing for it, with new items to help in the event of a snow storm. During Monday night's City Council Meeting, City Engineer Lane Thompson gave an update on the City's new abilities to plow this coming season. First, they have a new reliable snow blower, which will allow for quicker pick up. All plows will now have a new item in their cabs that can provide real time information...
10/23/14 01:53 AM
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead applauded a decision by the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit Court, which upheld the state's plan for controlling sulfur dioxide emissions. This is part of the Clean Air Act's Regional Haze program which has drawn criticism from elected officials in Wyoming. The Sierra Club and WildEarth Guardians, two environmental groups, said Wyoming's plan failed to guarantee progress toward natural visibility conditions in national parks. The Court of Appeals agreed with Wyoming's plan however, in that it fulfills those requirements.
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