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January 15th, 2015

January 14th

Sen. Burns on Marijuana Decriminalization, Other Bills

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As the 2015 state legislative session is underway, and Sheridan Media's Hannah Stepenoff has been keeping up with Sen. Bruce Burns, of Sheridan, as the session goes on.

Still Standing Strong After 116 Years

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Sheridan County's largest employer, the VA Medical Center was the topic of discussion for this month's "Casual Conversations in History," held at the Sheridan Senior Center on Wednesday.

Bronc / Lady Bronc basketball looking for more non-conference success / Rams / Eagles home and away this week / Cowboys and Cowgirls fall vs SDSU

BRONC / LADY BRONC BASKETBALL - The Bronc and Lady Bronc basketball teams play Billings Senior tomorrow and Natrona county Saturday the Lady Broncs will play at home tomorrow night at 7:30 the Broncs will play at Senior Saturday afternoon the Broncs host Natrona county at 3:00.

The Lady Broncs are 8-1 overall and banged up a bit this week, Head coach Jessica Pickett says picking up four wins last week in Cheyenne was big for the team.

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Hicks, Greenough Speak On Behalf of Johnson County

The annual State of Johnson County Address was presented at a Wednesday Chamber Luncheon at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse in Buffalo.

Commissioners Linda Greenough and Jim Hicks gave the presentation which focused on where the county is now and maintaining that in the near future.

City Attorney On Franchise Agreement, Streetlights

Buffalo's City Attorney Ben Kirven has been drafting a new franchise agreement with Rocky Mountain Power in recent weeks, and originally thought the agreement would be ready for the city council's consideration at their last meeting.

Hospice Show To Perform This Weekend In Buffalo

The biennial Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice Variety Show, this year titled “An Evening With Carol Burnett” will be performing both Friday and Saturday nights at 7pm at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

'Downton' Fans Dress for Tea

About 50 fans of the television show "Downton Abbey" gathered tonight for tea party at the library in Sheridan. Some even dressed in vintage style, which was the 1920s Edwardian period.

Sheridan Mayor: 'City Administrator is Needed'

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Now that the mayor of Sheridan has been on the job for a little over six months, does the city need an administrator? Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.