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Last week in Cheyenne, two 2017 Legislative Session abortion bills were discussed by the Senate Ag Committee. Sheridan County resident and blogger Gail Symons attended the extremely long meeting.

The next Dining for a Cause at Frackelton’s restaurant in downtown Sheridan will take place Monday and will benefit Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns.

Johnson County has approved and accepted an agreement for 2017 for Volunteers of America (VOA) to operate the county's Drug Court program.

Sheridan's City Council approved two various use permits in a special meeting Monday night, then convened a work session to discuss four projects in which the city is involved.

Sheridan County commissioners have voted to write a letter supporting an application by the Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center for a state grant that could reduce the number of Title 25 patients in the mental health center's service area.

Sheridan County resident Gretchen Danforth appeared before county commissioners Monday to draw their attention to issues regarding seating for handicapped people at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Bruce Edwards, who's the Sheridan County emergency management coordinator, said Monday that the flood situation in Sheridan County has resolved itself for the moment.

It has been a busy 2017 Wyoming Legislative Session in Cheyenne with one of the hot topics being both the House and Senate’s Omnibus Education bills. Gail Symons gave Sheridan Media more on those bills.

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