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Poll Question of the Week

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The end of the year is fast approaching and with it the question of tax hikes.

A Taste of Winter: Roads Are Still Slick

A Taste of Winter: A view of the Big Horn Mountains from the Sheridan Media studios on Sunday. (Photo by Chris Foy)

Although the winter weather advisory was cancelled earlier than expected yesterday, the remnants of our first blast of winter weather this season are still lingering. Most of the roads are still slick with ice from Saturday's storm, so please be careful out there.

Sen. Enzi: "Remember to Thank a Veteran"

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Sen. Enzi: "Remember to Thank a Veteran" (Photo by Chris Foy)

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi and his wife Diana paid tribute to American veterans and their families by participating in Veterans Day events held by the United Veteran’s Council in Casper today. Here are some excerpts from the speech he delivered at the events, as food for thought on this Veterans Day.

Parent Addresses Fair Board About Miscommunication Within 4-H

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Parent Addresses Fair Board About Miscommunication Within 4-H

The mother of an active 4-H member said at last week's meeting of the Sheridan County Fair Association's Board of Trustees, that trouble is brewing. Chari Frederickson addressed the board with her concerns of miscommunication when it comes to certain requirements.

Sheridan Media Week In Review

It's no surprise that the biggest story this past week was the 2012 General Election. President Barack Obama won his bid for re-election, defeating Republican Candidate Mitt Romney. Closer to home, it was Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey beating out challenger City Councilman Stever Brantz for what will be his third term as Mayor of Sheridan.

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Let 'Er Buck: Free Wash for Vets

Let Er' Buck Car Wash in Sheridan is offering a free car wash to veterans today to honor those who are serving or have served in the armed forces. Spencer, Reid, manager, said they're going all-out.

Cheyenne Police Apologize for Slow Response

The Cheyenne police chief is apologizing for failing to help a woman who said a man tried to break into her car with her child inside.

Police Chief Brian Kozak met with the woman and apologized for the department's response time on Sunday. He said it won't happen again.

Wyoming Education Agency Job Changes Reviewed

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Wyoming Education Agency Job Changes Reviewed

Proposed job changes at the Wyoming Department of Education have caused a tussle between the agency and the governor's office.

Obama Plans to Cut Acreage for Oil Shale Development

Obama Plans to Cut Acreage for Oil Shale Development (Photo courtesy of fossilenergy.gov)

In a media release, U.S. Senator John Barrasso spoke out against the Obama Administration’s decision to move forward with a plan to make massive cuts in the acreage available for oil shale development in Wyoming, Colorado and Utah.

Mayor Kinskey: "It's Not About Me, It's About the Work"

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Mayor Kinskey: "It's Not About Me, It's About the Work" (Photo by Chris Foy)

Mayor Dave Kinskey visited with host Kim Love during Thursday's episode of Public Pulse.

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