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Representative Madden On Why Wind Farm Moratorium Was Extended

Wyoming Representative Mike Madden

During the recently completed General Session in Cheyenne, the Wyoming State Legislature chose to extend a moratorium banning private wind farm developers from using eminent domain for another two years.

OSHA Opens Nominations for Safety Awards

In a media release from the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, Occupational Safety and Health Administration or OSHA, is seeking nominations for the 2011 Workplace Safety Awards.

Business Council Seeks Public Comment On Use of Funds for State Programs

The Wyoming Business Council has announced that a public review period will open this week to collect comments on how U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development funds were utilized in Wyoming. 

Sheridan Car Salesman Featured in National Publication

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Fremont Motors of Sheridan Sales and Leasing Consultant Tyler Legerski was featured in an article about escalating gas prices in Friday's USA Today.

If you happened to pick up a copy of the Friday edition of the USA Today, you'd have noticed that one of their feature articles was about the escalating price of gas and how it's affecting Americans.

Library Can't Offer E-Books...Yet

Earlier this month, we reported on how the sales of E-Books, such as the Amazon Kindle, are effecting sales of books in bookstores, such as Sheridan Stationery.

Mead Says Education Will Continue To Be a Critical Issue

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signing the School Finance Recalibration Bill.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed four bills this week that will help move the state toward improving student achievement and making schools more accountable. Mead says that all of the measures will be valuable for the State for years to come.

Charges Filed Against Former Hand in Hand Employee

Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle

A number of charges have been filed against a former employee of a daycare center in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Sheridan County / City / Municipalities Meet

Sheridan County Commission Chair Tom Ringley

Officials from Sheridan County, the City of Sheridan, and the Municipalities of Dayton, Ranchester and Clearmont met at the Historic Sheridan Inn Thursday afternoon. County Commission Chair, Tom Ringley, explains the purpose of the gathering.

Wesleyan Youth "Flush Out" Hunger

This could end up on your lawn, and donations to remove it go to combat hunger around the world.

If you've been driving around town and seen, or woken up to find on your own front lawn, a toilet painted purple and green, it's not a practical joke or an act of vandalism.

"Get Out & Shop" Seeks Vendors

The 3rd Annual "Get Out & Shop" fundraiser, sponsored by the Chapter BI Sisterhood of PEO in Sheridan, is coming up Saturday, March 26th at the Sheridan High School Gymnasium. PEO stands for Philanthropic Education Organization; Sheridan has five chapters and Buffalo has one.