Ranchester

Three weeks after the 2011 Wyoming Legislative Session began, the Joint Appropriation Committee, or JAC, has released its $667.3 million supplemental budget bill. The bill, known as HB0001 is available to read on the Wyoming Legislature's website, a link is here:

Tickets are still available for the 6th Annual Rotary Black Tie Bingo event, to be held Saturday, February 5th at the Kalif Shrine Center on Loucks Street in Sheridan. Sheridan Media is co-sponsoring the festivities, which are held each year as a benefit to a local non-profit.

Earlier this week Wyoming State Representative Rosie Berger was a guest on News Talk 930 KROE'S Public Pulse program. When asked by host Kim Love about the State's financial picture, Berger responded by saying that things are actually looking pretty good.

At the Sheridan County Commission meeting Tuesday morning, County Business Manager Renee Obermueller spent several minutes giving a Power Point presentation on the County's financial health, with a retrospective of revenue growth and capital improvements dating back to 2003.

The Town of Ranchester will be getting an overhaul for their website thanks to the Council's approval Tuesday night.

U.S. Senators John Barrasso of Wyoming and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina introduced legislation Tuesday to repeal and replace Obamacare by allowing individual states to opt out of its major provisions.

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality hosted a public meeting to gather comments from citizens of Johnson County regarding a proposed gravel mine near the bottom of Crazy Woman Canyon south of Buffalo.

Since the Department of the Interior announced Secretarial Order 3310 in late December, it has drawn its fare share of opposition from many in the state of Wyoming.

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