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May 26th, 2012

Buffalo Council Extends Lease of City Land

At the last city council meeting earlier this month, Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven brought a lease extension agreement for the council's approval.

Senator Enzi Endorses Reauthorization of FDA Regs

Wyoming Senator, Mike Enzi, expressed his support for the the Food and Drug Administration User Fee Re-authorization Bill Thursday on the Senate floor.

Wyo Braces For Dry Season

Drought conditions are beginning to show up in parts of Wyoming.

Inter-Tribal Wellness Center Boasts New Garden

(Photo Courtesy of Boby Legerski)

The Inter-Tribal Wellness Center in Sheridan has started a new summer project as part of a comprehensive rehabilitation program for Native Americans.

May 25th

Wyo Hires To Promote Workforce Safety

Wyoming is hiring a veteran public health official to try to reduce the state's workplace fatality rate.

City's Budget Work Sessions Come to a Close

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City of Sheridan Engineer Lane Thompson

The City of Sheridan finished up their budget work sessions Thursday with a review of the Engineering, Planning, Building and City Hall budget requests.

Sheridan County to Offer Employees Wellness Program

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Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee' Obermueller

Sheridan County recently contracted with Simply Well, which is a wellness company out of Omaha Nebraska. Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee' Obermueller explains the potential benefit of the program.

Several New Programs Possibly Coming to Sheridan College

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Dr. Jon Connolly

The Northern Wyoming Community College District recently approved a request from Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Jon Connolly for a number of new programs.

Food Bank Drive This Weekend

The People Assistance Food Bank will be staked outside of Sheridan's major grocery stores today, tomorrow and Monday for their annual Memorial Day food drive.

Buffalo City Planner After Funding From Business Council

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

City Planner Zach Montgomery was in Pinedale on Thursday to try to gain funding approval for two projects from the Wyoming Business Council (WBC) at their board meeting.