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November 25th, 2014

ACT Presents on 'Unified Network' at Forum

Day two of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee Legislative Forum held Tuesday at the Sheridan City Hall featured presentations from local organizations and businesses to state legislators.

Ironworks Part of City for More Than Century

Sheridan Ironworks in 1932 held the distinction of being one of the largest industries in Wyoming.

Lottery Director Says State Must Wait for Revenue

During one of the sessions of Monday's Legislative Forum, a commissioner from Sheridan said county officials were concerned that the Wyoming Lottery was reneging on its pledge that the first $6 million earned from lottery sales would go to county and municipal governments

Community College Tuition Stays Same

Tuition at the state's seven community colleges, which includes Sheridan College, will stay the same next year.

Legislative Forum Continues

The legislative forum being held at the Sheridan City Hall this week continues today, from 8:30 to 5:30.

November 24th

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Buffalo Building Inspector Considering New Codes

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades reported to the City Council at their last meeting that he was considering adopting new building codes but had yet to reach a decision.

Turkey Trot Scheduled For Thanksgiving In Buffalo

Buffalo's Turkey Trot, to benefit Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice, is scheduled for Thanksgiving morning before everyone partakes in the day's big feast.

Basketball Classic Funds Lions' Projects

The annual Thanksgiving Basketball Classic that raises money for the Lions Club is set for this weekend in Sheridan at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome on the campus of Sheridan College.

Berger's Job Will be to Manage Bills

Rosie Berger of Big Horn, who was just elected the majority floor leader of the Wyoming House of Representatives, said they’ll be lucky if half the 600 bills presented in the House this session see the light of day in the 40 days they have during the session.