Here's a look at the past week's top stories from Sheridan Media News:

A conservationist group has filed a federal lawsuit to stop development of three Wyoming coal mines on the grounds that no public notice was given prior to governmental approval.

Starting next week, the Johnson County Library will offer computer classes on Tuesdays and Wednesdays during March, April and May.

The classes will be offered Wednesday afternoons from 2 to 3:30pm; one Tuesday evening per month from 6 to 7pm. The week the Tuesday class is held, there will be no Wednesday class.

Wyoming legislative leaders are decrying what they said were rude and threatening lobbying tactics by supporters of gun rights bills and other hotly debated issues in the legislative session that ended this week.

The Wyoming Constitution Party is collecting signatures to repeal the new state law that removed state education superintendent Cindy Hill from office.

Workers' rights organizations are troubled by one of the bills on the Governor's desk.

Empower Wyoming, a group that offers self-defense, personal safety and boundary-setting training to people of all ages, will be meeting early next week in Buffalo and Sheridan. On Monday, training will take place in Buffalo between 6 and 9 p.m.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has scheduled several upcoming open houses in the Sheridan region to discuss proposals for the 2013 fall hunting seasons in the area. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke.

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