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January 25th, 2011

Boys, Girls State Applications Due March 1

Nels Lofgren, Adjutant, American Legion Post #13, Buffalo

For those interested in government or satisfying college requirement for a government class, they will have the opportunity to do so this June at Boys State and Girls State.

January 24th

Wyoming's Education Legislation: Fact Based?

Wyoming Senate President Jim Anderson recently said “education” was the “biggest social issue on the calendar” for Wyoming's current legislative session. Many bills currently careening through the legislature are ostensibly designed to improve both primary and secondary education in Wyoming.

Senator Barrasso Feels Health Care Bill Doesn't Address the Problem

U.S. Senator John Barrasso feels that there is plenty wrong with President Obama's health care overhaul.

Last week the U.S. House of Representatives voted to repeal President Obama's Health Care overhaul by an overwhelming vote of 245 to 149. U.S. Senator John Barrasso, who is a Physician himself, has strongly opposed what is known as Obama Care since its inception.

Busy Afternoon in Sheridan County Circuit Court

It was a full docket Monday afternoon in Sheridan County Circuit Court. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the details.

WAM Winter Workshop

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Dayton Mayor Bob Wood

Members of the Dayton Town Council along with Mayor Bob Wood spent much of last week in Cheyenne for the Wyoming Association of Municipalities Winter Workshop.

Hazardous Waste Facility Open House Tuesday

Dan Roberts

Tuesday afternoon, the public is invited up to the City Landfill for an open house and ribbon cutting. The celebration is for the opening of the new Household Hazardous Waste Facility.

Pancake Supper a Success for Buffalo Sr. Center

A good crowd turned out for the Buffalo Senior Center's Pancake Supper Friday Night.

Final numbers weren't yet available, but if the first hour of the annual Pancake Supper at the Buffalo Senior Center Friday night was any indication, it was a success.

Hawley Plans Change as Councilman

Buffalo City Councilman Bill Hawley

New Buffalo City Councilman Bill Hawley took office this month and now has two council meetings under his belt. He said the council is pretty much what he expected it to be, and he is learning the ins and outs of the job, but wants to effect change in the lives of Buffalo's citizens for the better.

January 24th

Weekly Poll Question: Seat Belt Law

Buckle Up. It's the law.

Lawmakers in Cheyenne are working on a bill that would make the state's seat belt law more strict.

City Scenic Character Public Meeting

City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

The City of Sheridan is hosting the first public meeting for the Sheridan Scenic Character Plan this Wednesday at Sheridan College. City Planning Director Robert Briggs explains the importance of the public's input with this first meeting.