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February 6th, 2015

Artist Demonstrates Techniques in Workshop

People listened, watched, and some took notes as an internationally recognized ceramic artist demonstrated her techniques at a workshop in Sheridan last week.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 7, 1915

Mrs. Rutherford will entertain the kensington planned for tomorrow evening.

Wyoming Senate Votes to Reject Medicaid Expansion

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming State Senate has defeated a bill to expand the federal Medicaid program. The Senate voted 19-to-11 on Friday against a bill to expand the program to offer health insurance coverage to some 17,600 low-income adults in the state.

Collective Bargaining Bill Fails on Third Reading

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Senate File 123 failed to pass third reading this week, which ultimately killed the proposed legislation that would have specified non-binding arbitration for collective bargaining negotiation sessions between municipalities and firefighters.

Berger Says More Than 400 Bills Introduced

As of today, which marks the end of the fourth week of the Wyoming Legislative Session, a grand total of 410 bills have been introduced – 153 filed in the House and 257 in the Senate.

Madden Discusses His Bills, Busy Week In Legislature

State Representative Mike Madden has been updating Sheridan Media during his time at this year's Legislative Session, and we expect to hear from him again this week.

Berger Gives Legislative Session Wrap

Our state House Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn checked in with us this morning from Cheyenne to give us the rundown on this week's activity during the legislative session.

Tractor Supply Company Grand Opening This Weekend

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Many people driving along E. Brundage Lane may have noticed the construction of the Tractor Supply Company store, a premium rural lifestyle retailer based in Tennessee, over the past six months.

February 5th

SLIB Approves Funding for Sheridan Projects

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The State Land and Investment Board, or SLIB, that is comprised of the top five elected officials for the state, approved funding Thursday for three projects for the City of Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Wyoming Isn’t Ready to Go to Pot

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Efforts to decriminalize marijuana in Wyoming have fallen on deaf ears during this year’s legislative session in Cheyenne, as lawmakers have killed a number of proposed bills in relation to the drug.