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  • Bill would take private schools out of county zoning authority

    A bill filed Friday proposes that Wyoming lawmakers strip counties’ zoning authority over private schools. The proposed legislation comes amid a heated debate pitting private school parents against rural neighbors over a plan to build a new school for the Jackson Hole Classical Academy in South Park.

  • Bill would reduce audit requirements on special districts

    A bill backed by an area legislator would lift auditing regulations on special fire, water and sewer districts in an effort to alleviate regulatory financial burdens on the smaller districts in the state. Rep. Cyrus Western, R-Big Horn, is co-sponsoring the bill, which would exempt the specified districts from a state statute that requires the financial reports they submit to verified by a certified public accountant, who the districts would have to hire.

  • "Skill game" operators: AG is wrong about us

    Companies operating bar games that resemble video slot machines are challenging the Wyoming attorney general's position that they're enabling illegal gambling.

  • Public’s right to inspect public records without charge upheld 

    The small claims court in Newcastle upheld the public’s right to inspect public documents without charge when the court ruled in favor of Wayne Chittim on Dec. 5.

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Dust storm results in multiple crashes, injuries Monday

A combination of strong, powerful winds and loose dirt created a treacherous situation on US Hwy. 85

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Legislature kicks off...

The legislative freshman class at the start of the 2019 General Session in Cheyenne, including House District No. 5 Rep. Shelly Duncan, back row, fourth from left, and District No. 3 Sen. Cheri Steinmetz, back row, third from right.

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Public Notice No. 3397

TO ALL QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF LONDON FLATS-BOVEE DRAINAGE DISTRICT, AND ALL OTHER INTERESTED PERSONS

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County swears in new officials, commissioner

The calendar has moved on from 2018 into new territory in 2019, and as such newly sworn-in Goshen County Commissioner Cody Cox ventured into some new territory of his own Wednesday – the commission chambers at the Goshen County Courthouse.

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