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June 26th, 2013

Equal Pay Day? Not Really.

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Wyoming Governor, Matt Mead, signed the Wyoming Equal Pay Day proclamation Wednesday morning in recognition of Equal Pay Day. June 26 is the anniversary date for the Equal Pay Act, Title VII, and the Civil Rights Act.

AARP Calls For More Family Friendly Jobs

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The AARP is calling on the government to require employers to provide paid sick leave, promote paid family medial leave, and expand the Family Medial Leave Act to include caregivers of grandparents and domestic partners.

Johnson County Commissioners Impose Partial Fire Ban

At their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners voted to impose a partial fire ban in the county effective July 3rd, 2013.

Salon On Wheels Cares for Sheridan Pets

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The sultry days of summer are just around the corner, and while you're stocking up on sunscreen and lemonade, don't forget your best friend needs some extra attention, too.

June 25th

MORE OTA'S / TROOPER / JETS BASEBALL

OFF SEASON HIGH SCHOOL OTA'S - Yesterday we heard from Sheridan high school Activities Director and football coach Don Julian today we conclude our conversation.

Many athletes at Sheridan high school have been attending team camps this summer and right now with most camps finishing up it's time to get to work in the weight room and Julian says participation has been very good.

The Running of the Dogs

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Paw Prints Pet Boutique in Sheridan held the first ever wiener dog races in in the parking lot in front of their store Tuesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there for the action.

The Tellus Project: Documenting the Lives of Sheridan's Senior Citizens

Archivists with the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library's Wyoming Room have embarked on the Tellus Project, a oral history project that documents the often unforgettable stories of the county's senior citizens and veterans.

Phase Two of CTET Study to Begin Soon

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The preliminary, or phase one report of the career and technical education training study was accepted by the SEEDA Board Tuesday, this after a number of changes were made by the consultant to alleviate some concerns the board had expressed a month ago.

CASA of the Big Horns Nationally Certified, Needs Volunteers

The Child Advocacy Services of the Big Horns in Sheridan and Buffalo were recently certified by the National Court Appointed Special Advocates Association.

Just Passin' Through

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Sheridan Media's Chris Foy caught these guys hanging around the station Tuesday evening - just passing through.

(All photos by Chris Foy)