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February 14th, 2012

Bird Farm Receives $2000

Pheasants at the Bird Farm

Monday, the Sheridan Bird Farm presented with a $2000 donation from the Pheasants Forever Chapter of Sheridan and Johnston Counties.

Warren Mischke, information specialist with the Wyoming Game and Fish explains what the money will be used for.

Governor's State of the State: Wyoming is Strong

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead

In his State of the State address Governor Matt Mead said Wyoming is in a strong position. He said the State should remain fiscally conservative while making important investments.

Underemployment in Sheridan

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey

The nationwide underemployment issue is possibly bigger even than unemployment these days when it comes to finding solutions, when looking at the fact that it requires more than someone just going out and getting a job but instead what kind of job they have.

Development Standards and Design Guidelines Workshop is Tonight

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City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

The City of Sheridan is hosting a public workshop tonight on the development standards and design guidelines revision project. City Planner Robert Briggs explains what the consultants will present at this latest workshop.

Leap into Leadership Registrations Due Soon

Wyoming Women's Legislative Caucus. ( Photo Courtesy of the Wyoming Women's Caucus)

State Representative Rosie Berger started the Wyoming Women's Legislative Caucus several years ago due to the low number of women legislators.

MOU Between SAWS and the City

MOU Between SAWS and the City

The Office of State Land and Investments has requested that the City of Sheridan and the SAWS Joint Power Board enter a memorandum of understanding regarding the treatment upgrades for the Big Goose and Sheridan Water Treatment Plants.

Johnson County Fairboard Chooses Projects At Fairgrounds

After Tuesday's Johnson County Commissioner's meeting, the task of choosing which projects to concentrate on at the fairgrounds fell to the Johnson County Fair Board.

Buffalo Council Approves City Attorney's Resolutions

At their meeting last week, the Buffalo City Council approved Resolutions drafted by City Attorney Ben Kirven, dealing with drug testing policy changes for city employees and a grant to fund the Southwest Quadrant project.

Johnson County Receives Funding For Rural Signage, Schools

The Johnson County Commissioners, at last week's meeting, accepted Federal funding and earmarked it for rural signage of roads and houses in the county.
County Commission Chair Smokey Wildeman explains further.

February 13th

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance is Back

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Tracy Dearinger double checking a tax return.

It's that time of year, many of us dread, income tax time. Gathering up the W-2's and receipts and then wading through the tax forms is both time consuming and for many, nerve-wracking.