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Dismay, sadness and horror are just a few of the reactions expressed by community members and those “of faith” in reaction to the news that protesters from the Westboro Church may attend services in Sheridan this week.

Legislation that is moving through the Wyoming Legislature has to do with strengthening the law regarding seat belt use.

Today in Sheridan, the VA Medical Center and the Sheridan Police Department are teaming up on a unique project. Will Banks is a Social Worker and Homeless Grant and Per Diem Liaison at the VAMC. He explains.

“God hates America and is Killing our Troops in His Wrath.” Or, at least according to the Westboro Baptist Church members, who are expected to make an appearance in Sheridan Thursday. Their plan is to protest the funeral of Private Jesse Cerwick at Holy Name Catholic Church. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the details in this editorial piece.

The United States Military presence in Afghanistan has been the center of debate for some time now. Troops began to be deployed almost a decade ago, shortly after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. U.S. While there are those that feel our troops should have been pulled out of Afghanistan years ago, U.S.

For those interested in government or satisfying college requirement for a government class, they will have the opportunity to do so this June at Boys State and Girls State.

Wyoming Senate President Jim Anderson recently said “education” was the “biggest social issue on the calendar” for Wyoming's current legislative session. Many bills currently careening through the legislature are ostensibly designed to improve both primary and secondary education in Wyoming.

Last week the U.S. House of Representatives voted to repeal President Obama's Health Care overhaul by an overwhelming vote of 245 to 149. U.S. Senator John Barrasso, who is a Physician himself, has strongly opposed what is known as Obama Care since its inception.

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