During their meetings this past week in Buffalo, the Wyoming Legislature's Joint Interim Revenue Committee spent two days discussing possible tax increases, exemptions and revenue opportunities.

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Interim Revenue Committee met in Buffalo Thursday and Friday to discuss topics ranging from increasing taxes on cigarettes and electricity produced from wind power to removing tax exemptions for various businesses in Wyoming.

At the end of its first full year of operation, Sheridan College's AgriPark in north Sheridan has been used for events ranging from rodeos and team roping to police training.

Around 200 Sheridan area residents braved Saturday's rain and wind to participate in the sixth annual Out of Darkness Walk Saturday morning.

If you are trying to better your cooking skills no matter what level you are currently at, look no further than Sheridan High Schools Sue Henry Auditorium next Tuesday Evening as America’s #1 Cooking School, Taste of Home will be in town.

UPDATE: Trooper and Driver Identified

At 9:30 Thursday night, Wyoming Highway Patrol Troopers in the Sheridan area, responded to a report of a vehicle traveling in the wrong direction in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 90.

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Interim Revenue Committee is meeting at the Hampton Inn in Buffalo this week, and during yesterday's first day of their two-day meetings, they discussed and voted down two proposed tax increases, one on cigarettes and the other on electricity generated by wind power.

Saturday, the Brinton Museum will take part in Smithsonian magazine’s 12th annual Museum Day Live by offering free admission all day. This event is aimed to make learning and the spread of knowledge accessible to everyone.

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