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January 25th, 2015

Week's Highlight Balanced Budget Resolution

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo said in an interview with Sheridan Media Friday that last week was highlighted by the talk and introduction of the balanced budget amendment resolutions targeting the Federal Government, which were assigned to his committee.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 26, 1915

A local post of the Travelers Protective association will be organized in Sheridan this week.

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Local Tween Program Takes Off

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Activities directors at the local library in Sheridan have been gearing programming recently to that in between group of students who are not quite teenagers. Sheridan Media’s Hannah Stepenoff dropped by to learn more. Here’s her report.

Senator Enzi Wants to Rein In Government Spending

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming took to the Senate floor recently to express his confidence that Congress will finally start making some real progress with the new Republican majority in the Senate.

Update: Black Ice Advisory for Many Area Highways

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Update- Black Ice advisories have all been lifted for parts of I-90, I-25. But the advisory remains in effect for parts of US 14 and 16 (particularly between WY 341 and Gillette), and some slick conditions continue. We will keep you updated on road conditions as the information comes to us.

January 24th

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 25, 1915

Sheridan County's treasurer has collected nearly 97 percent of the total state, county, school and city taxes for 1914.

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

Lummis Sponsors Bill That Would Reduce Fed. Workforce

A bill that would limit expansion of the federal workforce is being considered during the current U.S. legislative session in Washington, D.C.

Gov. Mead on Medicaid Expansion Legislation

Gov. Matt Mead recently expressed his concern, through a public statement, that “thousands of hardworking citizens are uninsured and (Wyoming) hospitals are losing about 200 million dollars in uncompensated care.”