It's tough to make ends meet, especially is a sluggish economy. Those making the minimum wage are sometimes forced to work two or three jobs just to pay the bills.

For those lower income members of our community needing tax help, VITA, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance is available at Sheridan College. Students who are certified through the IRS work as volunteers preparing the tax returns.

Here's a look at the past week's top stories from Sheridan Media News:

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey shared with Sheridan Media a preview of some of the items on the agenda for Monday night's city council meeting. He gives a brief overview.

The Sheridan Central Education Association held a silent auction Friday night at Sheridan High School to raise money to go towards scholarships for the class of 2013.

A conservationist group has filed a federal lawsuit to stop development of three Wyoming coal mines on the grounds that no public notice was given prior to governmental approval.

It wasn't quite finished. There were a few rough spots, but all in all, Warehouse 201 was transformed into a fabulous night spot to hold the 2013 “Wild West Wine Fest,” a fundraiser for the Downtown Sheridan Association.

Wyoming legislative leaders are decrying what they said were rude and threatening lobbying tactics by supporters of gun rights bills and other hotly debated issues in the legislative session that ended this week.

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