A new year represents the opportunity to set goals that can enhance future health and happiness. While losing weight, finding a romantic partner and getting organized are all respectable goals, it’s also essential for a person to create realistic resolutions that can set them on the right tr…
ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. — The Rock Springs Police Department and the U.S. Secret Service are looking for the person who passed nearly $1,000 in counterfeit bills at a local electronics store.
Go ahead and admit it. Every time the Powerball jackpot climbs into the stratosphere, you find yourself fantasizing about what you’d do with all those millions.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi has introduced legislation to allow the minting of coins to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the National Park Service.
I am sick of people telling me I work too hard.
BASIN, Wyo. — A Big Horn County employee is facing charges that say she embezzled nearly $17,000 from the Sheriff’s Department over a four-year period by falsifying vouchers and seeking reimbursement for purchases she never made.
JACKSON, Wyo. - Teton County has received $1 million in federal economic stimulus funding to build a pathway between Jackson and Grand Teton National Park.
CHEYENNE - Leaders of Wyoming's Joint Interim Appropriations Committee say they share Gov. Dave Freudenthal's concern that the state may not be getting its fair share of federal economic stimulus money.
CHEYENNE - Bus purchases and construction of bus garages in Wyoming will be funded with $3.6 million in federal economic stimulus money.
The article with the indignation of Dewey Swank (June 9 Gazette) and others about Montana's stimulus money going to California firms was very disturbing. But they should not really be surprised. The stimulus money always comes with strings attached. That's why it shouldn't be accepted. Who w…
David Morales, director of pastoral care at the Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch, shows the newly retrofitted boiler in the old Garfield School which can now burn used motor oil.
HELENA-During the Legislature, local governments were given 72 hours to list the projects they wanted to spend stimulus money on, based on their allocation.
Vehicles travel a narrow twisting stretch of Alkali Creek Road Friday. The road will be improved with some of Montana's stimulus money.
Large concrete blocks form a temporary retaining wall on a narrow twisting stretch of Alkali Creek Road on Friday. The road will be improved and stabilized with some of Montana's stimulus money.
HELENA - Cities and counties across Montana are gearing up to spend millions of dollars of federal stimulus money to repair bridges and roads, make buildings more energy efficient and fix water and sewer systems.
HELENA - A former clerk at the U.S. Post Office in Helena's Capitol building has been ordered to pay just more than $2,400 in restitution for stealing postal money orders, in part to fund a trip to Las Vegas for his 40th birthday.
One federal grant, two generous businesses and 10,000 gallons of used motor oil kept kids at the old Garfield School building warm last year.
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