The public is invited to join Johnson, Sheridan, and Campbell County Republican Women on November 16 from 1-3pm at the Buffalo High School, in a timely and important discussion on Governmental Regulation and its impact. If you are a sportsman, rancher, work in extractive industries, or just live in Wyoming, these issues impact your life, as well as the viability of your community and state. Guest, Ms. Harriet Hageman, well known attorney, author, and advocate will share important perspectives and solutions as the group learns what can be done to make a difference in managing these issues. Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 November 2013 05:54Read more: Governmental Regulation Discussion
CHEYENNE - Wyoming’s fourth and eighth grade students outperformed the national average in reading and math on the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), according to the Nations Report Card.
Wyoming Department of Education (WDE) Director Richard Crandall announced the NAEP results today in Cheyenne. Last Updated on Thursday, 07 November 2013 10:58Read more: 2013 Wyoming NAEP Scores Released
“I’ve spent the past 40 years building relationships and establishing trust with folks from every corner of our great state,” said Senator Enzi. “Diana and I are proud to stand side-by-side with so many of these longtime friends and supporters. We have a shared history in Wyoming and a vision for the future we want for our children and grandchildren. I am truly appreciative of the trust the people of Wyoming continue to place in me.” Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 November 2013 13:12Read more: Enzi Announces Campaign Committees
The Cheney for Wyoming Campaign has announced its leadership teams for all twenty-three counties. “I am honored that these community leaders have agreed to oversee our campaign efforts in their counties. The dedication of hard-working individuals like these will be key to our campaign’s success, and I am grateful so many of them are signing on. People all across Wyoming are ready for change. They know we cannot continue business as usual. We can’t keep going along to get along when our freedom is at stake. Now is the moment we must stand and fight, and I am honored so many citizens across Wyoming are joining me in this effort,” said Liz Cheney, candidate for US Senate. Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 November 2013 13:05Read more: Representative Sue Wallis (District 52) Among Campbell County Supporters Of Cheney