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Citizens Have Trust in State Government

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead (Photo by Ron Richter)

During his monthly news conference Wednesday, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead commented on a recently released poll that shows that residents of Wyoming have significant trust in state government.

Assessor: Johnson County Valuation Up 10 Percent

Johnson County Assessor Cindy Rogers gave a report to the county commissioners at this week's meeting on valuation in the county, and her office is estimating it to be 10 percent above last year.

Buffalo Council Approves Grant Application For Study

Dave Spencer, Regional Director for the Wyoming Business Council, and Dave Simonsen, Economic Development Director for the Joint Powers Board, approached the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting, explaining why they feel the need to apply for a planning grant to study the feasibility of a technology-based business corridor east of Buffalo.

Dinner Theater Production of 'Love Letters' In Buffalo

The Cowboy Carousel Center in Buffalo will host this weekend's dinner theater production of “Love Letters” which will be performed both Friday and Saturday evenings.

Parent Asks For More Communication

School District 2 Trustee Hollis Hackman is a recipient of a Federal Advocacy Coordinator Award. (Photo by Pat Blair)
Student Tyler Julian -- Photo by Pat Blair

Scott Lee who has a student in Sheridan County School District 2 wants to know how parents can become more involved and have more communication with school board trustees.

New Councilman Supports Growth of City Reserves

Jesus Rios

New Sheridan City Councilman Jesus Rios is enthusiastic about the city's plans to increase reserve funds.

Grants are Goal of Utility Ordinance

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey -- Photo by Pat Blair

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says the city doesn't want to be in the electrical utility business.

Students Present Eco Chic Fashion Show

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Paul Ditty designed clothing from sheets for the show and Emily Schroeder made a creation from a thrift store find. (Photo by UW student McCall Linke)

College students are coming together this week to present a sustainable fabric showcase. Leslie Stratmoen talked with the organizer of the event and brings us the report.

Construction Closes Canyon Road

Construction has closed a canyon road. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

A Look Back in Time: April 9, 1914

County commissioners adjourned their regular meeting last evening after deciding to make a trip of inspections of bridges and culverts throughout the county.

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Senate File 104 Fallout Continues

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Wyoming State Senator Bruce Burns (Photo courtesy of the Wyoming Legislative Service Office)

Legislation enacted over a year ago continues to make the news. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Bridge Project Prompts Changes at Local Library

Fulmer Library Executive Director Cameron Duff (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The Lewis Street Bridge reconstruction project in Sheridan is well underway. The project consists of replacing the existing bridge and redoing several of the surrounding streets to enhance safety and traffic flow in the area.

YMCA Must Wait Another Week For Funding

Johnson County Family YMCA

Johnson County's Commissioners decided to allow the Johnson County Family YMCA to use $100,000 in funds the commissioners set aside for use on their proposed expansion project, but the “Y” must wait another week on a decision by the library on whether or not they intend to join the YMCA's upcoming public survey.

Dog Park Public Meeting Draws Mixed Opinions

Everyone was encouraged to give their opinion on the proposed dog park.

The Vision Buffalo Commission (also known as the VBC) hosted a public informational and support meeting on a proposed new dog park for the City of Buffalo at City Hall Tuesday evening.