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Northwest College is preparing to participate in GEAR UP for “National GEAR UP Week 2022.” This week commemorates the success of Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEAR UP), a college access program providing students and families with support and resources for college readiness.   “GEAR UP is a family program designed to…

Today, the Department of the Interior announced “$25.5 million” in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funds for “WaterSMART Water and Energy Efficiency Grants” in an effort to “safeguard local water supplies” in the face of severe western drought. Eight western states will be awarded funding for fourteen projects to “help local communities improve water use efficiency” by…

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers are working on competing proposals to address a projected $300 million shortfall in K-12 education funding over the next two years — and are looking to solutions for a longer-term deficit in school funding. The state’s rainy day fund of about $1.3 billion is available to cover the short-term…

The latest in Wyoming’s series of COVID-19 relief programs aims to extend some charity to charities. Governor Mark Gordon has announced that over $12 million dollars have been made available to nonprofit organizations thru the Community Charitable Relief Program. But, unlike previous programs, this one will be decided and distributed on a local level. The…

Both the Agriculture and Endurance funds proved to be popular amongst Wyoming businesses looking for additional financial relief from the pandemic. Both funds closed their application period at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 18. The Wyoming Business Council has hinted these will be the final funds created for the COVID-19 Business Relief Program. All the…

One benefit of the proposed specific purpose sales tax will be preserving and improving the dynamic between Cody’s students and cops. One of the many issues Park County will vote on in next Tuesday’s general election is the 1% general purpose sales and use excise tax. If implemented, it would add a tax equal to…


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