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Mead Calls Legislature’s Spending Cuts Unnecessary

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WyoFile.com - The Legislature’s proposed budget cuts are unnecessary and could hurt Wyoming citizens and slow efforts to diversify the state’s economy, Gov.

How Pacemakers and ICD’S Work

We continue our heart health series today with a look at how permanent pacemakers and implantable cardioverter defibrillators, or ICDs work.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

COMMUNITY COLLEGE TUITION

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming residents attending the state's seven community colleges will see a slight increase in tuition starting this fall.

Enzi Seeks Wyoming Applicants for Senate Pages

U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi of Wyoming is seeking Wyoming high school students to apply for 30 Senate page positions for the summer sessions in Washington, D.C.

Schools Released Early, No School on Feb. 24

Sheridan County School District 2 will dismiss schools early on Thursday next week, and there will be no school on Friday, Feb. 24, while the district has parent/teacher conferences.

Budget Is Main Issue With Buffalo City Government

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Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson gave the annual “State of the City” address during Wednesday's Chamber Luncheon, and talked about the biggest issue facing city, county, state and Federal governments.

TW Road Project One Of Few Funded By SLIB

Johnson County's Commissioners have accepted an agreement with the State Loan and Investments Board (SLIB) for nearly $652,000 in funding for their upcoming TW Road Reconstruction project and are awaiting notification from the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) on the amount of funding they will receive from the Industrial Road Project (IRP) account.

City To Release Infrastructure Liens At Greenleaf

The City of Buffalo is currently working on releasing the existing infrastructure liens they hold on the Greenleaf Subdivision, according to a recent report given to the city council by City Attorney Ben Kirven.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 16, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Feb. 16, 1917.

Initial Library Budget Down

The library budget for the year that starts on July 1 is down from the current year's budget according to figures presented by Library Director Cameron Duff at Wednesday night's library board meeting.

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