Today’s Headlines:

  • Officials with a Jackson Hole company wanting to build a wind power plant near Elk Mountain in a core sage grouse area say they don’t want t p comment publicly about the project, but they are attracting attention of state and local officials.
  • Local residents could have their say in the state’s math standards by applying to be part of a review committee through the Wyoming Department of Education.
  • Rawlins residents who are worried about what they’ll do with household garbage and other solid waste after phase two of the landfill is completed can put those fears to rest.
  • The Saratoga Panthers basketball team concluded their season on a positive note, and are already looking to the future.
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