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By |Aug. 9, 2019|

Catch up on headlines from across the state, thanks to The Sheridan Press’ partnership with the Wyoming News Exchange.

Tribe to vote on possible chairman recall

By |Aug. 9, 2019|

Northern Arapaho tribal members will have a chance to determine the tribe’s actions — and the future of its tribal chairman — this weekend amid decisions their leaders have made regarding casino operations and the employment of longtime advisers.

Crop insurance payouts depend on cause of tunnel collapse

By |Aug. 7, 2019|

Farmers along the Fort Laramie-Gering Irrigation Canal are looking to the skies for rain, to the heavens for answers and to a team of engineers and heavy equipment operators to figure out a way to get the canal flowing as their crops are going on three weeks without irrigation after a tunnel along the canal collapsed on July 17, which has caused the canal to go dry.

Court approves Blackjewel mines sale

By |Aug. 7, 2019|

Contura Energy Inc. plans to reinstate about 500 jobs immediately at the locked out Belle Ayr and Eagle Butte coal mines now that it’s been given a green light to buy the mines from bankrupt Blackjewel LLC on Tuesday.

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