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April 20th, 2011

Wyoming Women Invited to “Leap into Leadership” Workshops

Two day-long workshops based upon the Leap into Leadership program will be held for Wyoming women (and interested men). One will be in Evanston May 11th; the other will be in Gillete May 12th.

Coming up in mid-May, the Wyoming Women's Foundation, the Wyoming Women's Legislative Caucus and Leap into Leadership invite women in the Cowboy State to the first-ever Leap into Leadership Community Workshops.

Sheridan Man Gets 4 to 7 Years for Marijuana Distribution

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Sheridan Man Gets 4 to 7 Years for Marijuana Distribution

20-year-old Sheridan resident Joshua Thomas was sentenced on two separate charges Tuesday in 4th Judicial District Court in Sheridan.

April 19th

Jo Co Approves New Contract with VOA

Johnson County's commissioners tentatively approved a new contract with Volunteers of America to continue running the County's juvenile detention and probation services.

Jo Co Funds Suicide Prevention Training

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their meeting Tuesday, approved a request for funding from the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Johnson County.

April 19th Sheridan County Commission Report

Sheridan County Commissioners (l - r) Terry Cram, Tom Ringley, Bob Rolston, Mike Nickel and Steve Maier

Sheridan County Commissioners made short work of their agenda Tuesday morning, getting through the 16 items in about forty minutes.

Jo Co Commission's Decision on VOA Coming Tuesday

The decision on whether or not Johnson County will retain Volunteers of America (VOA) to run the County's Juvenile Detention and Probation program will be made at today's County Commission meeting.

Buffalo Council Approves Grant App For Sports Complex

The Buffalo City Council approved at their meeting Monday night, a Resolution authorizing grant applications for a proposed sports complex to be located at the old Centennial Park Baseball Fields, new basketball courts, pool chemicals for the municipal pool, and a slide and swing set.

Council Denies Developer's Request to Reconsider Rezone

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Sheridan City Councilman John Heath

At their April 4th meeting, the Sheridan City Council voted unanimously to deny Developer Steve Grimshaw's request to rezone just over three acres of land from At their April 4th meeting, the Sheridan City Council voted unanimously to deny Developer Steve Grimshaw's request to rezone just over three acres of land from R-1 residential to R-3.

Tobacco and Alcohol Compliance Checks

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Alcohol and tobacco compliance checks are conducted by the Police Department throughout the year.

Keeping tobacco and alcohol out of the hands of minors is the goal of the the compliance checks that the Sheridan Police Department conducts periodically throughout the year.

Representative Berger on the Federal Budget

Representative Berger says it is imperative for Congress to cap or reduce our nation's debt ceiling regarding our $14.3 trillion deficit.

Yesterday we reported that our weekly poll question wants to know your opinion about how best to balance the Federal Budget.