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March 3rd, 2015

Legislature’s Bills Would Protect Domestic Sheep Grazing

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A bill to remove or relocate 60 bighorn sheep if they curtail stockmen’s domestic sheep grazing on federal land amounts to “extortion,” a lawmaker said last week.

Internationally Known Artist Offers Workshop

An internationally known ceramic artist will be offering a workshop and slide show of her work in the local area. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Barrasso Says Netanyahu Will Receive Congressional Welcome

In a statement delivered Monday on the U.S. Senate floor, Wyoming's Republican Senator John Barrasso said Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu would receive a warm welcome from Congress today even though he won't be having a meeting at the White House.

March 3rd

Fearnow Faces Sentencing on Drug Charges

The Sheridan man who pleaded guilty to last year's burglary of the Hospital Pharmacy in downtown Sheridan will be sentenced this month for seven counts involving possession of controlled substances and taking controlled substances into a jail.

City, Firefighters Negotiate During Council Session

Sheridan Mayor John Heath said the city council and the local firefighters' union came closer to agreement on a contract for the coming year during a negotiation session on Monday night.

SCSD2 Approves Contract to Sell Gollings Paintings

The sale of Bill Gollings’ paintings, kindergarten registration and the recent Dining For a Cause fundraiser were some of the topics discussed at last night’s Sheridan County School District 2 board meeting.

Library Endowment Legislation Makes it to Mead’s Desk

Both the House and Senate approved the final version of a bill that would extend deadline for the Wyoming Public Library Endowment Challenge Program from 2016 to 2020 and the bill is now on Gov. Matt Mead’s desk.

Expansion Moving Along For Black Tooth

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A local brewery in Sheridan is in the process of expanding its brewing facility. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

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NEWY Legislative Tours Scheduled For August

The Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders (NEWY) recently held a meeting where the upcoming annual legislative tours were discussed, according to Johnson County Commissioner Bill Novotny, who updated the rest of the commission on the plans for the tours.