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Sheridan College Again Offering Free Tax Help

Sheridan College is again offering help with taxes. This is the sixth year students certified in basic and intermediate tax preparation through the IRS will provide free assistance to the community. SC Business Instructor Tracy Dearinger.

Policy Center and Workplace Safety

Equality State Policy Center Executive Director Dan Neal

Wyoming has consistently been one of the worst states nationwide when it comes to workplace safety, in particular workplace deaths. According to a yearlong study by Epidemiologist Dr.

Legislature Unlikely to Hear Retirement System Bill

This week's Bank of Sheridan / Sheridanmedia.com Poll Question deals with the issue of switching the state retirement system from a defined benefit plan to a 401K type plan.

More and More People Are Taking the E-File Route

More and More People Are Taking the E-File Route

In today's ever growing technological world it should come as no surprise that more and more Americans are filing their tax returns electronically. IRS Spokesperson Karen Connelly says that every year they are seeing an increase in those who e-file.

Buffalo Planner Outlines 2012 During State Of City Address

Zach Montgomery

At Wednesday's State of the City Address, Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery gave a report outlining what projects the city will be concentrating on, as well as those that have been completed and those in the planning stages.

Pole Creek Challenge Race Saturday West of Buffalo

The Powder Pass Nordic Club will have their annual Pole Creek Challenge race this Saturday, February 4 at the Pole Creek Nordic Ski Area west of Buffalo.

TIPs Class Offered Saturday In Buffalo

Bill Hawley

A TIPs training class will be happening this Saturday in Buffalo at the Sheridan College in Johnson County campus from 9 am to 3 pm.

TIPs stands for Training in Intervention Procedures and is being offered to area alcohol servers as another tool to help them perform their jobs.

City of Sheridan Receives Thumbs Up on State Loan

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City of Sheridan Engineer Lane Thompson

The City of Sheridan received some good news Thursday from the State in regards to phase two of the Wyoming Park project. The SLIB Board approved a $2.4 million drinking water state revolving fund loan with a principle forgiveness of $1.2 million.

Groundhog Day in Wyoming: Whistle Pigs & Lander Lil

White-tailed prairie dog

In Pennsylvania this morning at about 7:25 Eastern Time, Punxsutawney Phil saw his own shadow, meaning that the master long-term forecaster predicted six more weeks of winter for the entire country.

Common Core Sent to Public Review

A report released this week says that Wyoming isn't cutting it when it comes to science curriculum -- this while the state prepares to accept new common core standards.