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State Senator John Schiffer Dies Thursday

Schiffer died Thursday morning at his home following a brief illness.

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BLM: Taking Comments on Wild Horse Ecosanctuary

The 900 acre Double D ranch has applied to provide long-term, humane care for up to 250 wild horses gathered primarily from Wyoming public rangelands.

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Commission Candidate Decrys Over-Regulation

Woods says if he's elected he will push for a review of county regulations and the permitting process to see how they can be made more user friendly.

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City To Hold Fifth Penny Meetings

The tax is up for renewal by local voters in November.

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Governor Mead Seeking Input on Water Strategy

Last week, the Governor’s Office released a list of possible measures to be implemented as components of a Water Strategy.

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Committee Votes For Garbage Fee Vote Delay

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee on Monday voted for a two week delay in voting on a proposed 3.4 percent increase in garbage collection fees.

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Holmes: Laramie County Roads A Big Challenge

Laramie County Commissioner Keith "Buck" Holmes says the wet spring weather means keeping up county roads is an even bigger challenge than usual this year.

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Finance Committee To Consider Water/Sewer Fees

The Cheyenne City Council Finance Committee is scheduled to consider changes in water and sewer rates on Monday (June 2).

This will be the third and final reading on rate increases for water and sewer fee increases for the committee, but the full city council will have the final word on the issue

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Botanic Gardens To Try Different Bidding Approach

Shane Smith says the city is now going to try the Construction Manager at Risk (CMR) system, in which the city will work with a contractor to keep the costs down.

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Work Underway On New Aquatics Center

Laramie County voters approved spending $5 million in sixth penny sales tax revenues on the center in 2012.

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