This Week's Poll Question

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It's gone back to committee, but House Bill 112 has caused a few ruffled feathers especially for those that work in the service industry as waitresses and waiters. The bill would require employees to pool their tips and split it between other staff.

Enzi Brings “Listening Session” to Sheridan

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United States Senator Mike Enzi, (R), made a stop in Sheridan Saturday, hosting one of his across the state, “Listening Sessions.” Notebook in hand, Enzi wasn't there to give a speech, but rather to listen, collecting the common sense and concerns from Wyoming and taking them back to Washington.

Buffalo Senior Center's Pie Auction Raises $2,900

The Buffalo Senior Center had their annual Pie Auction Fundraiser Friday night, and unofficially raised just over $2,900 to benefit the Meals on Wheels and other programs at the senior center.

Buffalo City Council Meeting Briefs

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council heard reports from each of the department heads.

Building Inspector Toby Rhoades reported that he has issued nine building permits so far in 2013, up from the seven issued in 2012.

Johnson County Commission Approves Grants, Lease, Bids

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their last meeting, approved a number of grants, leases, bids and other business.

Sheridan Media Week in Review

Here's a look at the past week's top stories from Sheridan Media News:

Senate Panel Endorses School Safety Bill

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Senate Education Committee has endorsed a bill that would seek to improve safety in Wyoming's public schools.

House Bill 230 was approved unanimously Friday by the panel. The bill likely will go next the Senate Appropriations Committee.

Senate Approves Education Reform Bill

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The state Senate has passed a bill that would develop a system to measure the performance of teachers, superintendents, principals and other educators.

A Business Owner's Perspective on Local Government

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A Business Owner's Perspective on Local Government (Photo by Ron Richter)

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey's been conducting strategic interviews with business owners around town to learn how the role of government can be improved in order to strengthen the economy. Mayor Kinskey explains.

Mayor Kinskey Says Budget Constraints Limit Ability to Plow Every Sheridan Street

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Budget Constraints Limit Ability to Plow Every Sheridan Street (Photo by Ron Richter)

When a storm hits in Sheridan, the City's street crews have a priority of plowing the main thoroughfares to allow emergency vehicles to operate and ensuring routes to our public schools safe for travel.