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Sen. Burns on Minimum Wage

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Sen. Bruce Burns at the Legislative Forum held in Nov. 2014 in Sheridan. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

Raising the state's minimum wage is currently being considered by the Wyoming Legislature and will be discussed locally today during our Public Pulse news talk show. Sheridan Media’s Hannah Stepenoff took some time to speak with a local senator to gather his opinions on the proposed increase.

Bales Trial Continued

A new trial date is pending for a Sheridan woman who is charged with leaving the scene of an accident and violating a protection order.

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County Begins Process For Library Expansion

Adams Ave. Apartments

Johnson County's Commissioners began working through the process for the Library Expansion Project at their meeting this week, approving an asbestos inspection and opening bids for the removal of the Adams Avenue Apartments.

Buffalo Council Makes Allocation For 1% Contribution

The Buffalo City Council has decided to allocate $1.1 million to the One-Percent Committee for distribution over the biennium ending in 2017.

Dinner Theater Production 'Art' This Weekend In Buffalo

Arts Along The Bighorns will present a dinner theater event entitled “Art” Friday and Saturday evening at the Cowboy Carousel Center at 59 N. Lobban in Buffalo.

The play “Art” was written by Yasmina Reza and translated by Christopher Hampton.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 23, 1915

Seven prisoners were sentenced in the court of District Judge C.H. Parmalee in Sheridan today.

Minimum Wage Hike Benefits 20-24-year-olds

A minimum wage bill that’s been introduced in the Wyoming House during the 2015 legislative session ongoing now in Cheyenne would benefit the young adult worker in Sheridan County, age 20- to 24-years-old.

Governor Talks General Session, Budget Deficit

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead (Photo by Ron Richter)

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead was a guest Thursday on our news talk show Public Pulse. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has details on a few of the things that were discussed with the governor.

New College Program Offers Adults Unique Opportunity

According to Sheridan College Director of the Center for Workforce and Community Education Karen St. Clair, many Americans age 50 and up who didn’t finish college are now headed back to school.

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