Sheridan

While we discussed a number of bills and budget issues during the 2102 Wyoming Legislature, the bills that were of interest to Sheridan and northeast Wyoming for the most part were “winners”, says Sheridan Representative Rosie Berger.

Johnson County Republicans held their convention on Saturday, voting on delegates for both the state and national conventions.

State Representative Mike Madden, speaking at the Johnson County Republican Convention Saturday, said the state's reserve accounts are in good shape so far, but low oil, gas and mineral prices are going to make future budgets a challenge if they stay at current low levels.

Saturday, the Sheridan County Republican Party Convention was held at the Sheridan Center Best Western. It was all about bylaws, platforms, and resolutions according to Kathy Coleman.

This past weekend, we advanced our clocks one hour forward to give our evenings a little more daylight. It's Daylight Savings Time and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott brings us this story.

The Sheridan City Council recently passed in increase in the Mayor's salary from $24,000 a year to $48,000. That raise in salary will not go into effect until January 1st, 2013. The salary was lowered several years ago in anticipation of the City hiring an administrator.

This year's theme for national social worker month, held during the month of March since 1984, is “Social Work Matters”.

Government watchdogs and the general public in Wyoming have new tools to keep track of what agencies and boards are doing. The budget session that ended Thursday advanced two bills that address concerns rising out of the digital age.

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