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A Look Back in Time: Jan. 24, 1915

C.A. Conway of Denver is in Sheridan today buying horses.

Berger Gives Week's Wrap on House Bills

State House Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn checked in with us this morning from Cheyenne to fill us in on this week’s movement of bills through the House. Here’s a portion of her report.

SC Students Return to Changes

Fine and performing arts students started a new semester in new quarters at Sheridan College.

8,500-Plus Use Schools After Hours

More than 8,500 people used recreational facilities at Sheridan schools after school hours last fall.

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.

Dayton Council Sets Work Session

The Dayton town council will meet in a work-study session on Tuesday night.

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.

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