Archive - Jan 28, 2016

Thursday 01-28-16

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UPDATE: No One Injured in House Fire, Cause Remains Under Investigation

UPDATE: No one was injured in a house fire that occurred in the early morning hours Wednesday.

Legislative Forum: Ranchester Mayor Asks for Support for Battlefield, Library, Gas Pipeline

Day two of the Legislative Forum held in Sheridan included reports on the Connor Battlefield State Park and a natural gas pipeline from Ranchester Mayor Peter Clark.

Legislative Forum: Legislators Support Grassroots Effort Targeting Pre-Kindergarten Education

Another presenter for Wednesday’s session of the Legislative Forum held in Sheridan was Lynn Gordon reporting on a new childhood readiness program called High Five.

Legislative Forum: Legislators Hear from 21 Presenters During Wednesday’s Session

By day’s end, local state legislators representing both Sheridan and Johnson counties heard reports from 21 different people during Wednesday’s Legislative Forum held in Sheridan.

Reception for Caywood's One-Woman Show is Tonight

Artist Sonja Caywood’s one-woman show opens tonight at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan.

Antelope Butte Foundation Hosts Fundraising Ball

The Antelope Butte Foundation which is working toward raising funds to restore a ski area in the Big Horns will be holding a fundraising ball next month.

It's a Wrap

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The two-day Legislative Forum sponsored by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee wrapped up Wednesday at Sheridan City Hall. Our local legislators will now get ready for the upcoming Budget Session that gets underway February 8 in Cheyenne.

(All photos Ron Richter ©)

Legislative Forum: Commissioners Paint Dire Financial Picture

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead’s budget proposal for the biennium includes a reduction of $90 million in local operating funds, which is a 50 percent reduction in total local appropriations from the last biennium.

Legislative Forum: Legislators Hear More on Title 25 Issue

Title 25, the state statute that allows law enforcement or medical professionals to order an involuntary hospitalization of an individual if they appear to be a threat to themselves or others, was once again a topic of discussion at Wednesday’s Legislative Forum in Sheridan.