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Whitney President Says Can't Support School District Projects

According to previous informal discussions between representatives of Sheridan School District 2 and the Whitney Benefits foundation, which has spent millions of dollars over decades on local projects, there's a difference in opinion as to whether the foundation can fund school projects.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 28, 1914

One of the most successful church affairs of the year occurred at the Methodist church last night. A banquet to Methodist men was served by the Adelphians. Sixty-two men sat down to tables that were beautifully decorated with red and white carnations, and lavender sweet peas.

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Land Trust Open House Well Attended

The Sheridan Community Land Trust held their annual open house Thursday night at the Sheridan Inn. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

Record Breaking Kindergarten Class Fuels Growth

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For the sixth consecutive year, the state of Wyoming is experiencing the largest kindergarten class in its history.

City Passes Resolution For WYDOT Funding

Buffalo will get funding from the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) after accepting a Resolution stating they will comply with certain statutes in order to get the financial assistance.

Governor Says Washington Trip Went Well

The governor of Wyoming says his recent trip to Washington, D. C. to meet with the president went well. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the
report.

Hospital Implements New Coding System

The chief information officer for the local hospital said his staff is busy updating the coding system to comply with new Medicare regulations. He gave details during a recent board meeting and News Director Leslie Stratmoen was there to bring us this report.

Officials Give Lewis Bridge Project Update

The state's transportation officials have scheduled a public meeting to talk about the upcoming reconstruction of a bridge in Sheridan. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Patton: Legislature Begins 'Crossover' Phase

State Representative John Patton of Sheridan says the “crossover” phase of Wyoming's legislature started this week, which means the bills changed hands between the House and Senate.

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