Wyoming

The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee recently completed their “markup” of the governor’s proposed budget for the biennium. The JAC elected to cut $45 million from K-12 education funding over the next two years.

The U.S. Forest service is now hiring temporary workers for the spring and summer season in the local area. Susie Douglas made the announcement.

Dentist Dr. Brian Cotant recently gave his report to the Johnson County Board of Health, saying they will continue to perform fluoride treatments in schools.

Director Beth Holsinger of the Downtown Sheridan Association told legislators the organization was celebrating 30 years in existence, during this week’s legislative forum in Sheridan.

Clearmont Mayor Chris Schock encouraged legislators Wednesday, who were gathered for a legislative forum in Sheridan to embrace the Madden formula.

An organization that pairs war veterans with horses for therapy will be the beneficiary of next month’s Dining for a Cause, which is Monday, at Frackelton’s in Sheridan.

Last week the State Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee voted to cut $45 million in K-12 education funding.

Earlier this week at the Legislative Forum in Sheridan, our local legislators received an update from Megan Degenfelder from Cloud Peak Energy, who own and operate three coal mines in the Powder River Basin, including the Spring Creek Mine, 35 miles north of Sheridan in Montana.

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