All posts tagged The future

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Wyoming gambles on the lottery

Lottery!

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Median no more

Town council votes to not replace median strip after 2014 removal The median strip in downtown Lovell is coming out with the street and infrastructure project

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Mayors rethink, regroup and plan on sixth-cent sales tax

The mayors of eight of the nine incorporated towns in Big Horn County are reviewing their plan for the sixth-cent sales tax and are preparing another question for

Wyoming Manager of Post Office Operations, Gary Sims, explains upcoming changes in post office hours during a public meeting at Cowley Town Hall Tuesday evening as citizens listen and express their feelings.

Cowley residents prefer later closure with post office hours

An interested group of Cowley residents Tuesday night questioned a U.S. Postal Service proposal to reduce hours at the Cowley Post Office as part of a nationwide effort

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Postal hour reduction meeting set for Cowley

Twelve post offices in Big Horn and Park counties, all under the 824 zip code exchange, will be seeing reduced hours over the coming years. United States Postal Service

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The big Mayan calendar apocalypse was a dud

by David Peck Well, we survived. The world didn’t end last Friday. The great Mayan Calendar apocalypse was a fizzle. A rogue planet didn’t smash into the

Cowley historian Roland Simmons displays the time capsule to be placed in the southeast corner of the Cowley Log Gym today (Thursday, Nov. 29) to commemorate the renovation project being conducted with the 77-year-old building.

Log gym time capsule never found, new capsule to be buried

The laying of the cornerstone of the new Cowley Community Hall, now commonly known as the Cowley Log Gym, on Feb. 25, 1935, was reported with great fanfare

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Best of the best would beat current wish list

$24. 8 million paid off over 13 years…the proposed sixth-cent specific use is simply too large. This newspaper has always prided itself as a progressive paper, proud to operate

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Byron seeks sixth-cent funding for urgent sewer system repairs

Various Big Horn County mayors and town officials have expressed the various needs in their communities that would be met by the proposed one-cent specific use sales tax,

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Plan announced to keep rural post offices open

The U.S. Postal Service announced a new strategy on Wednesday that could keep the nation’s smallest post offices open for business, while providing a framework to achieve significant