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Green House for Living in Sheridan will hold their grand opening celebration with tours and a ribbon cutting ceremony this Sunday afternoon. Green House Guide and Administrator Chris Szymanski.

As budget discussion begin this week, issues specific to northeast Wyoming have of course been moving forward in Cheyenne as well. One of those being Senate File 36 pertaining to the state parks acquisition of the LX Bar Ranch.

While most expected several big issues to dominate discussions at the 2012 Wyoming Legislature, a record-low number of bills have moved on in the early stages. Sheridan Representative Rosie Berger.

At Tuesday's meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners approved a request from Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer to award the engineering contract for the Canal Road Bridge to WWC Engineering of Sheridan.

The Buffalo/Johnson County Joint Engineer position will be offered to Wayne Hill of Virginia, after both the city council and county commission approved the recommendation of the interview committee at their meetings Tuesday.

After about a week of considering bills in a sessions that's seeing a record-low number passed, state lawmakers are expected to begin work on a $3.2 billion biennial budget today in Cheyenne.

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis released these comments after voting against a bill to extend the payroll tax holiday.

A bill that missed two-thirds approval by just four votes last week in Cheyenne would have changed the role of State Superintendent of Public Instruction from an elected position to one appointed by the governor.

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