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February 27th, 2014

Patton: Legislature Begins 'Crossover' Phase

State Representative John Patton of Sheridan says the “crossover” phase of Wyoming's legislature started this week, which means the bills changed hands between the House and Senate.

Mental Health Expert Says Co-Dependency Can be Changed

Counselor Lynn Gordon says there is no such thing as healthy co-dependency – but that patterns can be changed.

February 27th

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 27, 1914

The city council is considering a new paving district. Commissioner Wood today gave out a statement announcing the district's boundaries.

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Land Trust Open House Will Have a Polish Theme

The Sheridan Community Land Trust will be hosting a Polish-themed open house this evening to honor the Black Diamond Byway project. Land Trust Communications and Development Associate Claire Hobbs.

County Officials Invite City Council to 'Clear the Air'

On behalf of the Sheridan County Commission, Chairman Terry Cram issued a letter Wednesday to each member of the Sheridan City Council along with Mayor Dave Kinskey, about possibly meeting for the purpose of “clearing the air” on some issues of mutual interest.

City Snow Route Alert Continues Through Noon Today

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The City of Sheridan issued a snow route alert Tuesday that affected a number of streets throughout the city. That alert will continue through noon today, as crews began removing snow from the remainder of the streets last night.

County Commissioners' Briefs From Last Meeting

Johnson County's Commissioners dealt with a number of smaller items on the agenda from their last meeting.

After some discussion they re-approved Arthur "Coog" Myers and approved Dan Rogers to the Johnson County Solid Waste District Board on a vote of 2-1 with Commissioner John Gibbs voting against.

School Board Hears Update On Burritt Street Construction

Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees were given an updated time line on the Burritt Street Construction which will affect the end of this school year, but should be substantially complete before the start of the 2014-15 school year.

Company CEO Concerned About State Bills

The head of a local company has concerns over bills that are working their way through the state legislature. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.