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SHERIDAN — According to statistics provided by the Wyoming Department of Transportation, road deaths in Sheridan County are down significantly this year with five reported in 2020, two reported in 2021 and one reported so far in 2022.  However, an interesting trend can be found among those numbers...
ROCK SPRINGS – Credit card fraud caught a local business and the authorized user of a credit card off guard in October.   NAPA Auto Parts, 1300 Dewar Dr., suffered a loss when an individual purchased battery operated impact wrenches, an air compressor and a few other items with a stolen credit card...
CASPER – The city of Kemmerer, Wyoming, feels a sense of pride for its tough little wastewater treatment plant. For 42 years, the plant has quietly serviced hundreds of homes.  It’s chugged through economic booms that stretched it to capacity and busts that forced many residents to move out. Under...
CASPER – The Legislature’s Management Council advanced a bill Thursday that would allow lawmakers and their dependents to enroll in the state employees group health insurance plan.  The council also moved along a bill to create an independent commission that would review compensation for lawmakers...
CHEYENNE — Members of the Wyoming Senate and House of Representatives selected their respective leaders and finalized committee assignments for the 67th Wyoming Legislature following party caucuses Nov. 19 and 20.  Members of leadership will be formally confirmed, and newly elected legislators will...
GILLETTE (WNE) —  A Campbell County man accused of stealing nearly $30,000 from Gillette Little League while he was the club’s treasurer was sentenced earlier this month to 30 days in jail. Rory Geis, 41, was given a suspended four- to six-year sentence with a 30-day split-sentence to be served in...
GILLETTE (WNE) — The Respiratory Syncytial Virus, or RSV, cases at Campbell County Health rose in the last two months, keeping with recent trends seen throughout the United States. Typically, the virus starts to make an appearance in January or spring, but this year, cases have shown up earlier,...
LARAMIE — For Katie Baker, Thursday, Nov. 10, marked a milestone: she graduated from Albany County Drug Court with friends, family and program professionals rallying around her.  Albany County’s drug court program employs a combination of treatment and supervision methods to help people struggling...

Jona Vanata presents Steve Wood with a Big Horn Basin Honor Quilt during the Reboot Combat Recovery graduation. Photo by Stephen Dow, Cody Enterprise.

CODY —Returning to civilian life is never an easy journey for veterans: there’s the struggle to settle into a new routine and the post-traumatic stress that can manifest itself in nightmares, angry outbursts and countless other forms. But for many veterans, the hardest part of the transition is the...

Lincoln Rogers gives his mom, Kristin Rogers, a low five after getting a math problem right on his homework on Nov. 15 at the Rogers’ home. In addition to being a mom of four, Rogers is also studying to become a nurse. Photo by Ethan Weston, Buffalo Bulletin.

BUFFALO — When Steve Rogers was hospitalized with COVID-19 last year, his wife, Kristin, was by his side in Billings for most of the 63 days. Steve has since mostly recovered but still struggles to breathe, so he's unable to work. Kristin, previously a stay-at-home mom who homeschooled their four...

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