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February 12th, 2015

Education Bills Update

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Wyoming's state legislators are still discussing a couple of education-related bills during this legislative session ongoing now in Cheyenne.

February 12th

SAWS Approved for Meter Replacement Funds

The Sheridan Area Water Supply will receive a state loan to fund replacement of outdated water meters, and a request for funds for another project is working its way through the Legislature.

School District 1, College Board to Meet Monday

Trustees of Sheridan County School District 1 and the Northern Wyoming Community College District will meet in a joint session next Monday night.

Getting Her Feet Wet

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Starting her second week on the job, new Executive Director of the Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan, Kate Harrington has hit the ground running.

SCCD Has Willows For Erosion Issues

One of the smaller programs of the Sheridan County Conservation District can have a big effect in reducing stream erosion.

All in the Family

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It all started in 1882 with Charles Skinner and John Sackett and has been a centerpiece of Big Horn ever since. Closed for awhile, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott stopped by to see what’s new at the Merc.

Game and Fish Hunting Licenses and Super Tags on Sale

Bighorn sheep, moose, mountain goat and bison hunting licenses for 2015, as well as Super Tag and Super Tag Trifecta tickets are currently available through the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

Sheridan School Meetings Lawsuit Argued Before Supreme Court

The Wyoming Supreme Court has heard arguments in a lawsuit over closed-door discussions by the school board in Sheridan.

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Council To Evaluate City Rental To Renew Lease

Angela Lloyd-McHenry and her husband Rob came before the Buffalo City Council to discuss renewing their lease on a city-owned house they rent near the waste water treatment plant east of town.