Today’s Headlines:

  • In their final recommendation to state lawmakers, a consulting firm reviewing how Wyoming school districts are funded is suggesting an increase for the education budget.
  • Three vacancies still remain on the Carbon County Library Board and applications have been pouring in prior to the Thursday deadline.
  • A major American rifle manufacturer is relocating to Wyoming. Governor Matt Mead announced yesterday that Weatherby will move its offices from California to Sheridan.
  • The Boys and Girls Club of Carbon County is calling on the public to help sponsor memberships for children from low-income families. The club instituted a slight fee increase in 2017, a necessary move to keep the nonprofit’s doors open and lights on.
  • With a large scale vegetation project proposed to take place in the Medicine Bow National Forest, the USFS will provide updates at the Brush Creek Hayden Ranger District Office this evening.
  • The Saratoga boys basketball team has turned the heads of many this season and have no plans of slowing down.

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