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Day two of the Legislative Forum held in Sheridan included reports on the Connor Battlefield State Park and a natural gas pipeline from Ranchester Mayor Peter Clark.

Another presenter for Wednesday’s session of the Legislative Forum held in Sheridan was Lynn Gordon reporting on a new childhood readiness program called High Five.

Artist Sonja Caywood’s one-woman show opens tonight at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead’s budget proposal for the biennium includes a reduction of $90 million in local operating funds, which is a 50 percent reduction in total local appropriations from the last biennium.

Title 25, the state statute that allows law enforcement or medical professionals to order an involuntary hospitalization of an individual if they appear to be a threat to themselves or others, was once again a topic of discussion at Wednesday’s Legislative Forum in Sheridan.

Wyoming legislators were asked to allocate money for air service, support farm to school and pre-kindergarten readiness programs and identify possible funding opportunities for a mountain recreation area, during the morning session of the legislative forum held Tuesday in Sheridan.

Funding for enrollment growth was a topic addressed by Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young during Tuesday’s Legislative Forum at Sheridan City Hall.

All of Sheridan and Johnson county's state legislators attended today's Legislative Forum held at the Sheridan City Hall. Seated in the picture, inset, from the left, are Senator Dave Kinskey, Rep. Mark Jennings, Rep. Rosie Berger, Rep. Mike Madden, Rep. Mark Kinner and Senator Bruce Burns.

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