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June 8th, 2017

Judge Fenn, Justice Kautz, Offer Testimony Before Judiciary Committee

A proposed bill being considered by the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Judiciary Committee focuses on child custody, specifically that no form of custody be favored or disfavored by District Court judges, including joint custody.

Judiciary Committee Discusses Change to Child Support Provisions

The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Judiciary Committee discussed a number of bills regarding child support and child custody law at their meeting in Sheridan Wednesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter
has the details.

Council Approves Update to Land Use Plan

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In 2009, the City of Sheridan and Sheridan County adopted the Sheridan Joint Planning Area Land Use Plan as a collaborative policy document used to help guide land use decisions between the City and the County.

June 7th

Wyoming News Update

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MYSTERIOUS SHOOTING DEATH

GREELEY, Colo. (AP) — Authorities in northern Colorado are investigating the shooting death of a man who was initially thought to have been run over by his tractor-trailer.

County Awaiting PILT Revenues for Current Year

Sheridan County officials expect to receive PILT revenues for the current fiscal year by June 30, but payment for the year that starts on July 1 remains an uncertainty.

Buffalo Council Passes Budget Ordinance on Second Read

Buffalo's City Council passed their annual appropriation bill, or budget Ordinance for 2018, on the second of three readings at this week's meeting.

Johnson County Approves Audit Engagement With Casper Firm

A Certified Public Accountant company based in Casper has been retained as the firm that will perform this year's audit of Johnson County's government, after it was approved by the county commissioners at this week's meeting.

Annual Pig Wrestling Championships Saturday In Buffalo

Seventeen adult teams will compete for cash prizes and 10 kids teams will compete for trophies as they get into the pens with the pigs, roll around and have some fun, all to help offset the costs associated with providing training to local kids, according to Summit Gymnastics board member Dave

A Look Back in Time: June 8, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on June 8, 1917.

New-Carbon Jobs May Not Rescue State’s Coffers

WyoFile.com- For a state wanting to diversify its economy to reduce dependence on the energy industry, any venture that would bring new jobs seems like a good thing. But whether new jobs help or hurt Wyoming’s constricting revenue pool would depend on who fills them, various government officials say.