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

Sheridan County Commission Meets Today

The Sheridan County Commission will consider a lease agreement with the University of Wyoming during today's meeting for the Sheridan Incubator facility. The contract will also include operations and maintenance.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 20, 1915

Joyce W. Schooner of Buffalo is shopping in Sheridan today.

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County Opens Bids On Adams Apartments

Johnson County Commissioners.

Johnson County's Commissioners will be opening bids on the Adams Street Apartments to either move them or raze them altogether, to prepare the site for the expansion of the Johnson County Library.

Department Head Briefs From Buffalo City Council

Buffalo City Council

The Buffalo City Council heard reports from their department heads during their last meeting, ranging from filling an opening on the planning commission to the numbers of building permits issued in recent weeks to the police department conducting alcohol compliance checks.

Buffalo Renews Contract To Sell Hydro Plant Power

City Works Director Les Hook reported to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting that the city's contract to sell power back to Pacificorp expires this year, and they will need to renegotiate the
contract.

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