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August 13th, 2013

Briefs From Latest Buffalo City Council Meeting

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council dealt with a number of smaller issues.

Ordinance No. 1365, annexing the “Madsen Addition” to the City of Buffalo was passed on third and final reading with no public comments offered.

Letter Supporting Kaycee's SLIB Match Coming From Jo Co

Johnson County's Commissioners agreed to send a letter of support for Kaycee's Street Project to the State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) with Kaycee's application to them for matching funds for the project.

District #2 Approves Contract With VOA

Trustees for Sheridan County School District #2 voted 5-1 in favor of renewing a contract for the upcoming school year with Volunteers of America for the Accountability Change in Education, or ACE program.

Chamber Seeking Items for Sheridan College Student Orientation

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is seeking items from Chamber members to help ease the transition for new students starting the fall semester at Sheridan College. Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson explains.

Cheney to Enzi: Renounce Health Premium Subsidies

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Liz Cheney is calling on Sen. Mike Enzi to renounce federal assistance for congressmen and their staff to buy health insurance under health-care reform.

Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training Sept. 9, 10

In early September, the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming will be holding a free two-day workshop in Sheridan called Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training. Community prevention specialist for Sheridan County, Thom Gabrukiewicz, explains.

Unusual Incident at Hair Salon in Sheridan

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The Sheridan Police Department has released further information regarding an incident that occurred at Le Bella Beauty Supply and Salon in Sheridan.

Up With People Builds a Mini Park for RENEW Clients

It's their first day in Sheridan, and they have already left quite an impression. Volunteers with Up with People from around the world, some as far as Switzerland, some from other states, spent Tuesday working on building a new mini park and barbecue area behind RENEW in Sheridan.

Liz Cheney and the Resident Fishing License

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The Casper Star-Tribune first reported an infraction that has inflamed some critics of Liz Cheney's debut in the Wyoming political arena and made national headlines in the New York Times: purchasing a Wyoming resident fishing license before her time.