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Trustees Consider Tuition, Employee Raises

Policies on student tuition and fees, and distribution of state funding for employee pay raises, will top the agenda for this month's meeting of the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees.

A Look Back in Time: March 26, 1914

Samuel C. Garrett has been appointed postmaster at Dietz.

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SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT LAWSUIT

State concedes most of Hill bill unconstitutional

County May Tear Down Old Jail Building

The Johnson County Commissioners are contemplating what to do with the old Justice Center, or jail building that was vacated when the new Justice Center was built next door a few years ago.

Gordon Announces Intent To Seek Full Term As Treasurer

In a news release from Monday, Republican Mark Gordon announced his intent to to run for a full term as Wyoming State Treasurer.

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SCHOOLS SUPERINTENDENT LAWSUIT

State Concedes Most of Hill Bill Unconstitutional

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Lawyers for the state are conceding that the bulk of the bill stripping most duties from the superintendent of public instruction is unconstitutional.

Buffalo Council Split On Dog Park

The Buffalo City Council is split once again, this time over a proposed dog park the Vision Buffalo Commission (VBC) has been working on for quite a while now.

Phase Three of Poplar Grove Development Approved

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In 2006, the original planned unit development conceptual plan for the Poplar Grove Subdivision northwest of Skeels Street in Sheridan was approved by the City's Planning Commission. After the development of the first phase of the project, the original developer lost the property to foreclosure.

Keystone Awards Honors Community Members

The 4th annual Keystone Awards, sponsored by the Sheridan Senior Center, is less than a month away.

UPDATE: Historic Barn on the Move

A familiar Sheridan landmark is moving to a new home. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

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