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Topic - Gillette
Gov. Matt Mead has signed the $3.3-billion budget bill that will cover state funding for the coming two years.
Developments at the Wyoming Legislature on Wed., March 5, the 18th day of the 2014 Budget Session:
The Wyoming Legislature faces two main jobs before it can adjourn this week.
Gov. Matt Mead and other Wyoming officials could get the green light from the Legislature to investigate over the coming year whether they can reach an agreement with the federal government to expand Medicaid on the state's terms.
Monday marks the start of the third week of the Wyoming Legislature's four-week budget session.
Bertine Bahige hid under his bed while gunshots echoed throughout his hometown of Bukavu in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The sound of his mother's screams dimmed the pings of bullets when the rebel soldiers entered his home. He watched a rebel smack his mother unconscious with the butt of a gun.
Authorities say a 26-year-old Gillette man died when he was struck by a welding truck at a Converse County rig site.
The Gillette City Council is considering a suggestion from a veterans group to place American flags at each of four welcome signs on the city's outskirts.
The Wyoming Legislature this week will get down to the nitty-gritty of every budget session: wading through scores of budget amendments in the House and the Senate to come up with each body's respective vision of how to fund state government for the next two years.
The Wyoming House voted Tuesday not to introduce a bill to cut a tax on coal production that would have cost the state more than $40 million a year.
Leaders of both houses in the Wyoming Legislature say they expect to start work introducing bills immediately after Gov. Matt Mead presents his State of the State address Monday.
Are the growing popularity of beards and stubble causing Gillette to stumble? Not if they can help it.
Flags are being flown at half-staff at the Wyoming Capitol and in Campbell County in honor of Rep. Sue Wallis.
Authorities say one person was killed and another was injured in a crash involving a pickup and a tractor-trailer north of Gillette.
Wyoming State Rep. Sue Wallis, a fiery debater known for sticking up for individual rights and the state's agricultural community, died Tuesday. She was 56.