Sheridan

The Wyoming Constitution Party is collecting signatures to repeal the new state law that removed state education superintendent Cindy Hill from office.

Workers' rights organizations are troubled by one of the bills on the Governor's desk.

Based on the growing numbers of kindergarteners within Sheridan County School District Two, the State Facilities Commission has allocated funds for the district to purchase land for an additional elementary school.

Empower Wyoming, a group that offers self-defense, personal safety and boundary-setting training to people of all ages, will be meeting early next week in Buffalo and Sheridan. On Monday, training will take place in Buffalo between 6 and 9 p.m.

Chairman of the Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees and current interim facilities director at the fairgrounds, Steve Eliason, now has the board's authority to hire a new facilities director. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has scheduled several upcoming open houses in the Sheridan region to discuss proposals for the 2013 fall hunting seasons in the area. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke.

Over the last couple of years the Sheridan Recreation District has made an effort to expand their programs available for senior citizens. Rec. District Executive Director Richard Wright says that there are a number of different outings planned for this year.

Wyoming has become the last state in the union to outlaw human trafficking, as Governor Matt Mead signed House Bill 133 into law yesterday.

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