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Senator Enzi Comments on State of the Union Speech

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (Photo by Ron Richter)

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming issued a response Tuesday night following the President Obama's State of the Union Speech. The Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee said that the speech was the same old rhetoric that's become accustom with the president.

Joint Powers Board Secures SLIB Funds

The Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board will receive $100,000 from the state to help fund efforts to bring natural gas service to the towns of Dayton and Ranchester.

Trial Date Set in Pharmacy Burglary Case

The Sheridan man charged with last year's burglary of the Hospital Pharmacy in Sheridan will be tried in March on all eight charges filed against him.

Ranchester: Council Hears Plans for Diorama

Ranchester Mayor Peter Clark has unveiled plans for a diorama of the Connor Battle that will be placed in the town's information center.

Ag Committee Elects New Officers

Clarke McClung will head Sheridan County's Ag and Natural Resources Committee for the coming year.

Sheridan County Approves UW Business Incubator Lease

An approved lease agreement for an office location means the Sheridan business incubator facility will be up and running next month. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

Association Tracks Education Bills

Several bills regarding education are being discussed, right now, by state legislators in Cheyenne as part of the legislative session.

County Approves Business Incubator Lease, Addresses Other Issues

The final piece of the puzzle for the Sheridan business incubator to be up and running was put in place this morning, according to the Sheridan County Commission.

Getting by on Hourly Wages in Sheridan

Photo by Spencer Porden.

Raising the state's minimum wage is currently being considered by the Wyoming Legislature and will be discussed locally on Friday during our Public Pulse news talk show. With that in mind, Sheridan Media's Hannah Stepenoff took some time to speak with local workers to hear how they're getting by on hourly wages.

A Close-up Look at the Past, Future of Newspaper Industry

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Bill Sniffin

My, how things have changed in my wonderful newspaper business over the past 45 years!

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