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Madden's Bill Taxes Flares

As the Wyoming Legislative Session convenes today at the capitol in Cheyenne, one of the bills House Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo will be discussing deals with flaring.

State Senator Faces Learning Curve

A Sheridan man who's facing his first year as a Republican state senator said preparing for his first legislative session has taken some adjustment. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Chamber CEO Discusses 'The Institute'

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Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce CEO Dixie Johnson spent last week in Tuscon, Arizona, where she attended the Institute for Organization Management annual winter conference. The “Institute” is a professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.

Legislative Website Provides Up-to-Date Information During Session

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The Wyoming Legislative Service Office is encouraging state residents to use the Wyoming Legislature's website to rack legislation and participate in policy-making during the General Session in Cheyenne.

Barnes Faces Possible 70 Years Prison

A Sheridan man who's pleaded guilty to stealing $1 million from a local company could face 70 years in prison if given the maximum sentence on all counts.

Hearing Set for Pharmacy Burglary Suspect

The preliminary hearing for the Sheridan man charged with burglarizing the Hospital Pharmacy in Sheridan last year has been set for next week.

Third Vehicle Destroyed in Fire

A car was destroyed in a fire on Sunday afternoon, bringing the count to three vehicles that have caught fire in the past two weeks.

Lummis Describes Western Caucus Leadership Role

Members of the Congressional Western Caucus group announced last week that Republican Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming would chair the caucus for the 114th Congress.

Man Killed in Rig Incident Identified as Gillette Man

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek has released the victim's name in a rig collapse that happened last Thursday east of Buffalo.

Killed in the incident was Joshua Nicholas Adam, 26, originally from Ida, Michigan but living in Gillette at the time of his death.

Alleged Kidnappers to be Tried Together

A district court judge has ruled that two people, Aaron Andrew Arnold and Nicole Lauraine Wight, will be tried together for the alleged kidnapping, beating and robbery of Arnold's ex-wife, Bearl Arnold of Sheridan.

SheridanWyoming.com

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