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 By Stephen Dow    News    January 12, 2023

Healing through horses

CODY - "You picked the hardest horse," Tabitha was told more than once. Tabitha, a client in the Cedar Mountain Center's substance abuse recovery program, didn't care. There were plenty of horses...

 By Stephen Dow    News    November 3, 2022

Zerkle finds healing after battle with substance abuse

CODY -Around the Cedar Mountain Center, Jillian Zerkle is known as the kind of person who "opens doors, both literally and metaphorically," said Steve Humphries-Wadsworth. Zerkle has only worked at...

 By Stephen Dow    News    September 1, 2022

Liquor licenses: Legislative solutions for limited licenses moving forward

SHERIDAN — At least one bill designed to increase liquor license availability in Wyoming is moving forward to the 2023 legislative session, with others potentially on the way. During its Aug. 25 meeting in Casper, the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint... Full story

 By Stephen Dow    News    July 7, 2022

Candidates promise to 'take wokeness' out of education

SHERIDAN — Wyoming is a state blessed with bountiful natural resources ranging from coal to natural gas, Wyoming governor candidate Brent Bien said Tuesday, but “our children are our greatest natural resource.” That might be why several of the...

 By Stephen Dow    News    May 12, 2022

Legislative committee considering tax increase for cigarettes

SHERIDAN — The Wyoming Legislature’s Revenue Committee will spend a portion of its interim session considering whether to increase the state’s cigarette tax for the first time since 2003. During its first meeting of the interim in Lander April...

 By Stephen Dow    News    March 17, 2022

Redistricting bill approved in 11th hour

SHERIDAN —Around a quarter after nine Friday evening, a loud cheer echoed through the Capitol building. “Well,” Sen. Mike Gierau, D-Jackson, said from his seat in the Senate chambers. “They must have figured out redistricting.” Indeed, afte... Full story

 By Stephen Dow    News    April 22, 2021

State firefighter pension plan faces depletion

SHERIDAN — A Wyoming Retirement System plan currently serving 273 retirees and their beneficiaries, including 25 from Sheridan, will likely be exhausted sometime in 2026, according to the Wyoming Retirement System. A fix is still possible, accordin...


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