Governor Mead: ‘Education Funding Remains a Top Priority’

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During his State of the State message Wednesday, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead spoke to legislators about the looming deficit for funding K-12 education in the State.

Senator Kinskey Weighs In on Senate File 70

State Senator for District 22 Dave Kinskey is sponsoring legislation that would extend the exemption on sales tax on manufacturing equipment.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

County Authorizes Signing Of Agreement, Once Reviewed

Johnson County's Commissioners approved Chairman Bill Novotny to sign to accept an agreement with the Wyoming Department of Transportation, once it is received and reviewed.

Buffalo Council Approves One-Percent Applications

Applications from city department heads for one-percent funding were approved by the Buffalo City Council at a recent meeting.

RSVP Today For State Of The County Address

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will host a luncheon on Wednesday, January 18th and are requesting those wanting to attend to RSVP to the chamber by 5 o'clock this afternoon.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 12, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Jan. 12, 1917.

Cloud Peak Energy Donates to Senior Center Program

The Sheridan Senior Center's Help at Home program got a $15,000 boost from Cloud Peak Energy Wednesday.

Laumann Recounts History of Absaroka

Sheridan historian Helen Laumann briefly discussed the history of Absaroka, the state that never was, during her Conversations in History program Wednesday morning at Sheridan's Senior Center.

Trustees Vote Access to Capital Reserve Funds

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees voted to allow access to hospital capital reserve funds if those funds are needed to complete pending real estate purchases.