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January 18th, 2015

State of the City Address

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The Sheridan City Council will work with a light agenda this evening, as most of the action will fall under the consent agenda with a plethora of appointments to various boards and committees. Sheridan Mayor John Heath will give the State of the City Address.

Details Remain Sketchy Regarding Vehicle, Train Crash

Specific details regarding a crash over the weekend of a passenger vehicle and a train north of Sheridan between the towns of Acme and Ranchester have still not been released.

County Ready But Not Expecting Flooding Yet

Sheridan County has sand and sand bags ready in event of flooding, but Dave Coleman doesn't expect any problems yet.

Gollings Paintings Part of School District's History

For eight years, from spring 1921 until spring of 1928, schools in Sheridan bought paintings by western artist Bill Gollings.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 19, 1915

Charles Jensen of Sheridan made homestead filing yesterday.

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Johnson County's First Baby of Year Arrives

The first baby born in Johnson County in 2015 was born Thursday, January 15th at the Johnson County Healthcare Center.

Aspen Faith Keil was born to parents Jon and Molly Keil of Buffalo at 7pm Thursday evening. She was 7 pounds, 5 ounces.

Madden: 'Over Supply Of Bills' In Legislature

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo talked with Sheridan Media after the first few days of the Wyoming State Legislature last week, saying this year there is an “over supply of bills” coming in from individual legislators.

Variety Show Another Hit For Hospice

This year's Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice Variety Show was again a big success if judged by the packed Buffalo High School Auditorium both Friday and Saturday nights.

This year's variety show theme was “An Evening With Carol Burnett,” modeled after the popular television show from the 1970's.

This Week's Poll Question

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Wyoming currently has one of the lowest minimum wages in the country at $5.15 per hour. The federal minimum wage is $7.25 and usually trumps a state's minimum wage.