Sundance tries to sidestep FEMA grant repayment

By |Sep. 12, 2019|

With the help of Sen. Ogden Driskill, R-Devils Tower, the city of Sundance will try one last time to sidestep repayment of $225,000 in emergency funding that it was granted by FEMA in 2012 to relocate the Cole Water Tank when it began to slide off the hill.

Blackjewel hints at recall of miners

By |Sep. 12, 2019|

A letter to locked out Blackjewel LLC coal workers at the company’s shuttered Eagle Butte and Belle Ayr operations foreshadows a possible reopening of the mines and leaves almost 600 employees with more questions than answers.

Man sentenced in fire burglary

By |Sep. 6, 2019|

A 35-year-old Colorado man who exploited the Badger Creek Fire to burglarize evacuated homes in the area of Woods Landing and Jelm Mountain was sentenced to 5-8 years imprisonment this week.

CWC seeks federal approval for 4-year degree

By |Sep. 6, 2019|

After earning authorization last week from the Wyoming Community College Commission, Central Wyoming College will now seek approval from the Higher Learning Commission accrediting agency to offer a four-year Bachelor of Applied Science degree.

Wyoming news briefs

By |Sep. 5, 2019|

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

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