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The Edible Prairie Project (EPP) is a nonprofit organization located in Campbell County, WY that was created to support small and mid-scale agricultural and food processing operations within our local community in order to improve the affordability and accessibility of high quality and nutritionally appropriate food for all members of our community. OUR MISSION To […]

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, R-Wyo., is encouraging Wyoming high school juniors to apply to be a Senate page for the fall session in Washington, D.C. There are 30 page positions in the U.S. Senate each session and Enzi is fortunate to have the opportunity to sponsor a student from Wyoming to serve […]

CHEYENNE, Wyo. – Visitors and residents of several Wyoming communities’ may visit electronic memorials to fallen Wyoming military members. Kiosks presented by the Wyoming Veterans Commission, memorialize more than 75 Fallen Warriors with a Wyoming connection and who died in service since the attacks of September 11, 2001. There are currently three kiosks in the state. […]

GILLETTE, Wyo.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Cloud Peak Energy Inc. (OTC: CLDP) (“Cloud Peak Energy” or the “Company”), the only pure-play Powder River Basin (“PRB”) coal company, announced today that it has filed voluntary petitions under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. Cloud Peak Energy intends […]

The National Weather Service will be conducting two severe Summer weather classes in Campbell County this year. The classes are free of charge and will cover what to look for in severe summer storms, the mechanisms within the storms which lead to severe weather events and what to look for and how to watch weather […]

The east bound lane of Lakeway Road between Bloedorn Lumber and Big O tires will be closed starting Monday, May 13th. Work crews will begin installing a Primary Power Conduit in that area. Through traffic will be maintained, but be prepared for some delay on your Monday morning commute to work.

“Let’s be clear, all Americans will pay a high price for Democrats’ one-size-fits-all government-run health care scheme. And I actually think seniors may suffer the most.” Under One-Size-Fits-All health care, Americans will pay more and wait longer for worse care. That’s what the doctor says. What doctor, United States Senator John Barrasso. Barrasso made that […]

Sheridan School District 3 will operate on a 1 hour delay today Thursday Feb. 7

Moorcroft Schools will have a 2 hour delay on Monday, January 28th. School starts at 10:00.

Today 1-23-19 is National Pie Day! Thanks for weighing in on our Facebook Page for Basin Radio Network to let us know what is your favorite pie! Congratulations to Pat Brennan Johnson our lucky winner today! She will receive a gift card to Perkins where she can treat herself to a pie of her choice! […]


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