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Sheridan Hospital Vaccination Protocol Moves to Ages 50 to 64 With No Health Issues

Area residents between the ages of 50 and 64 with no chronic health issues are now eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and according to Sheridan Memorial Hospital’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. John Addlesperger, it has generated increased calls to pre-register for the vaccine… Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty offered a cautionary note regarding the number...

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State Rep Crago Provides Update on HB122 & HB141

A bill that would provide more access areas for hunters is currently being considered in the Wyoming State Legislature’s House Travel, Recreation, Wildlife & Cultural Resources Committee. According to District 40 State Representative Barry Crago, there appears to be growing interest in HB122 which would provide resources for the Wyoming Game & Fish Department to...

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Governor Gordon Celebrates State’s Resilience, Lays Out Vision to Address Wyoming’s Future in State of the State Address

In his “state of the State” address to the 66th Wyoming Legislature on Tuesday, Governor Mark Gordon emphasized the importance of recognizing these unique times in our state’s history and how the legislature can meet the needs of citizens without adversely risking the future of generations that will follow… In his speech the Governor highlighted...

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Convention of States Bill To Be Considered by WY State Legislature

CONVENTION OF STATES RESOLUTION: SJ0002 FILED IN THE WYOMING STATE LEGISLATURE “Anyone who’s paying attention can see that the time is now for the states to use their constitutional authority to get the nation back on track. With this new administration in D.C., we’re going to be feeling the heavy hand of government like never...

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Bill To Recall WY Elected Officials Introduced To Legislature

A joint resolution proposing to amend the Wyoming Constitution authorizing the recall of elected public officials has been introduced into the 66th Wyoming State Legislature’s General Session. HJ004 was introduced during the last week of February and is co-sponsored by State Senators Bo Biteman of Sheridan and Trey McKeown of Campbell County along with Representatives...

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Johnson County Seeing Vaccine Interest “Dwindling” Despite Availability

Johnson County is in line to receive the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine in the coming days. How many doses and exactly when was not announced during the weekly press briefing yesterday morning.  The state of Wyoming is expected to receive 5,000 doses of the “one-shot” vaccine as early as this week. Robin King with...

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Gov. Gordon: K-12 Education is “Elephant” in the Capital

There’s an “elephant” in the Wyoming Capital this year and according to Governor Mark Gordon it’s the future of the state’s K-12 education. Speaking to the 66th Wyoming Legislature on Wyoming’s PBS YouTube channel yesterday, Gordon stressed that solving the dilemma is a “moral obligation”… The Governor told the legislators that the funding model used...

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