Julia Kutz hopes to continue her education at Northwestern College, a Christian liberal arts college in Iowa. She plans to study genetics and biology with an emphasis on research. [...]

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“There’s no amount of turning down the thermostat two degrees or turning the lights off sooner that equates to that,” SCSD1 Superintendent Pete Kilbride said of proposed cuts. [...]

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U.S. Sen. John Barrasso cast a vote against President Joe Biden’s pick for energy secretary Thursday over concerns former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm’s leadership would “crush” Wyoming’s e… [...]

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With the decline in the coal, oil and natural gas industries, and Wyoming’s reliance on those industries, state lawmakers and residents will have a choice to make in the near future. [...]

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Wyoming awarded TCT more than $10 million in federal CARES Act money last year for a number of projects to expand broadband access to rural areas of the Big Horn Basin. [...]

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As Sheridan nears a tipping point — one in which a critical mass of residents have leadership training, nonprofit leaders have the skills necessary to achieve success and youth mature into lea… [...]

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Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s Testing Center has moved to 1456 West Fifth Street. The new location enables COVID-19 testing to be performed in a person’s vehicle under a drive-thru tent. [...]