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Sen. Enzi Joins Effort Defending Second Amendment Rights of Veterans

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Sen. Enzi Joins Effort Defending Second Amendment Rights of Veterans (Photo by Chris Foy)

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi has joined legislative efforts defending the Second Amendment rights of veterans. Enzi co-sponsored legislating that if passed would protect veterans from being stripped of their rights if unless there's a qualified finding by a judicial body.

Sheridan Recreation District Discusses Sponsorship Package

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The Trustees for the Sheridan Recreation District gave approval to a draft sponsorship package for their adult recreation programs that was crafted by Adult Sports Coordinator Robbie Spencer. Rec. District Executive Director Richard Wright.

Judge Denies Injunction in Superintendent Lawsuit

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A district judge in Cheyenne has rejected state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill's request to have her powers and duties immediately restored.

Mapping the Weeds

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The Sheridan Recreation District is in the process of implementing new software that will allow for more efficient weed control this year, and for years to come. Rec.

Buffalo Council Approves Funds For Lights At YMCA

The Buffalo City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, approved funds for the replacement of some light fixtures and bulbs at the city-owned Johnson County Family YMCA building.

Buffalo Chamber Discusses Events, Accomplishments, Plans

Chamber Director Angela Jarvis gave a presentation on what the chamber offers to members and explained what they have been involved in since she took the position a few years ago.

Buffalo's Cowboy Carousel Center Auction Saturday

The Cowboy Carousel Center will be having a fundraising auction this weekend to help raise money for the center and to clear an area for future buildings on the site.

New Sheridan Public Arts Committee Coordinator Announced

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New Sheridan Public Arts Committee Coordinator Announced: Beth Holsinger (Photo courtesy of Stacie Coe/Downtown Sheridan Association)

Beth Holsinger has been announced as the new committee coordinator for the Sheridan Public Arts Committee.

Bid for Treatment Plant Upgrades Comes in Under Estimate

SAWS Project Manager Dan Coughlin

The Sheridan Area Water Supply system, or SAWS, received three bids for the conventional upgrades to the Big Goose and Sheridan Water Treatment Plants. The low bid from Fletcher Construction of $4.2 million came in approximately $800,000 below the engineers estimate.

State Vet Explains New Cattle Traceability Program

New federal rules aimed at increasing traceability of livestock went into effect last week. The rule requires all livestock that will be moved across state lines to be assigned an official identification number tag.

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