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June 15th, 2013

Wyo. Senators Reject Reform Despite Popular Support

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Both Wyoming Senators, John Barrasso and Mike Enzi, voted against the immigration reform bill this week even though 71 percent of Wyomingites polled say they support the proposal.

June 14th

Governor Mead Sends Help to Colorado

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming is sending a National Guard helicopter and its four-person crew to Colorado to help fight the deadly Black Forest fire near Colorado Springs. Gov. Matt Mead announced that the Black Hawk helicopter and four-person crew left for Colorado Friday afternoon.

Sheridan Couple Investigated for Tax Fraud

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A couple in Sheridan is under investigation for hiding money in offshore bank accounts to avoid paying taxes.

Should the National Security Agency be authorized to collect and data mine your phone records?

The Bank of Sheridan
Yes
41% (403 votes)
No
56% (548 votes)
Undecided
2% (23 votes)
Total votes: 974

A Few More Pics From The Storm

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Photos by: Diana McCoy and Steve Lowman

Wyoming wrestles with gas flares that might not help oil production

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by Dustin Bleizeffer Originally published June 11, 2012 on WyoFile.com

Wyoming’s top oil and gas officials today declined a request by SM Energy Co. to continue flaring — or burning — natural gas from two horizontal oil wells in southeast Wyoming at a rate beyond Wyoming’s standard allowable 60 thousand cubic feet (mcf) per day.

June 13th

SRD ADULT SOFTBALL / TROOPERS BASEBALL / BIG HORN WILD AND SCENIC

REC. DISTRICT ADULT SOFTBALL - The Sheridan Recreation District is two weeks into their adult summer softball season, weather has washed out several days but sports specialist Robbie Spencer says the teams have made the best of the situation and he appreciates everyone's understanding and they are using make up days to get caught up.

The league's both Co-rec and Men's are strong this year with the addition of several new teams.

Representative Coleman Discusses Affordable Care Act

The Joint Labor, Health and Social Services Committee of the Wyoming Legislature recently met, and one of the topics of discussion was the affordable care act and how it will affect Wyoming residents.

Miss Wyoming Contestants to Make the Rounds in Sheridan Next Week

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The Miss Wyoming Scholarship Pageant will take place a week from Saturday in Sheridan. Marketing and Business Manager for the Scholarship Foundation Patty Caywood says that the six contestants will be in Sheridan in a few days.