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Ilene Olson

The 2016 Wyoming Legislature marked the halfway point earlier this week. Tuesday was the crossover period for the House and Senate, meaning that any legislation that had not passed third reading in its house of origin is dead.

Students will pay more for meals at Northwest College next year — but less than the 9.5 percent increase college administrators say is needed.

A photo of a long-billed curlew in flight by photographer Kathy Lichtendahl of Clark won first place in the 2015 Wyoming Wildlife photography competition. The photo appears on the cover of the February edition of the magazine.

We live in a day when information is increasingly available at the touch of a fingertip.

Chef for event shares love of Cajun food

Combining delicious Cajun-style food, good company, lots of fun and even more strings of beads is a proven recipe for success for Powell Medical Foundation’s annual Mardi Gras celebration.

A hula hoop competition last week brought lots of smiles and laughter as youngsters and college students tried to keep their hoops looping around their waists while performing other tasks.

The decisions made in Cheyenne over the next four weeks will have an impact locally and statewide over the next two years and beyond.

After a years-long search, Powell Valley Healthcare has hired its third hospitalist, filling the final position needed to fully staff that in-hospital medical service.

Times are tough for Wyoming, and that extends to the University of Wyoming and the state’s seven community college districts. 

The university’s budget request of $160 million for the next biennium was trimmed down last fall by Gov. Matt Mead to just $60 million. 

The discovery of a potentially unstable chemical at Northwest College last month provided an opportunity for emergency training on Jan. 7.

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