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Sheridan, Wyo. (April 15, 2014) – The Bighorn National Forest is soliciting interest for a concessions special use permit for the operation and maintenance of the Burgess Junction Visitor Center facility on the Tongue Ranger District.

     Due to declining funding sources, the Forest Service has not operated the visitor center since September 2012. The agency is looking
Press Release – Governor Matt Mead’s successful effort to return wolf management to the state continues to have positive results. A Wyoming Game and Fish Department report reflects that the population and number of breeding pairs is stable, more wolves are now being monitored, and confirmed livestock depredations are down – all under state management.

“This confirms
Devils Tower, WY – Go wild for the geology, culture, history, nature and trails of  Devils Tower National Monument during National Park Week, April 19 through 27, 2014. To kick-off the celebration, Devils Tower National Monument will waive entrance fees on April 19 and 20.
                               
Former CAM-PLEX General Manager Dan Barks has announced he will run for the Gillette City Council. Below is campaign information provided by Barks.

I am running for City Council in Ward 1 because I want to be involved in the decisions that guide Gillette’s future.  This has been my home and I have worked for the people of this community for over thirty-five years.  I have
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Cody City Council reached a decision regarding the proposed indoor shooting range in downtown. The council was to consider giving the range's owner, Paul Brock, permission to discharge firearms within the city limits last month. Consideration was delayed after neighboring business owners began voicing their concerns... (read more)

37 school-age children in Mammoth Hot Springs again find their education unfunded. For decades, Yellowstone National Park was using money from its entrance fees to pay Gardiner School District in Montana to educate the children of employees living in the park... (read more)

A $2.75 million asphalt pavement rehabilitation project is scheduled to begin next week on U.S. 14 between Greybull and Shell. The project was made possible by revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase, passed by the Wyoming Legislature in 2013... (read more)

Secretary of State Max Maxfield announced the release of the 2014 Wyoming Campaign Guide. The online guide is updated each election year as a resource for candidates, their supporters, and others involved in political campaigns... (read more)
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