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June 7th, 2017

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.

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 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.

Senior Center Moves to Junior High School

Parking attendants were available to show senior residents where to park, and 15 students greeted the seniors, answered questions and handed out balloons as Sheridan's Senior Center started its first day of service at Sheridan Junior High School Wednesday.

American Pickers Plan to Search for Antiques in Wyoming

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Mike Wolfe, Frank Fritz, and their team from the tv show American Pickers plan to film episodes of their hit series throughout the Wyoming region next month. American Pickers is a documentary series that explores the world of antique picking.

Sheridan Students Elected to be UW Senators

The University of Wyoming students have elected their new Senators for the next school year. Among those elected were three students from Sheridan County.

Dayton Council Approves Liquor Ordinance

Dayton's town council gave third-and-final-reading approval to a new liquor licensing ordinance for the town.

Judiciary Committee Amends Edible Marijuana Bill

The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Judiciary Committee met for day one Tuesday of their two-day meeting in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Electronic Sign Ordinance Approved on Second Reading

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In April, the City held three open houses to garner feedback from business owners and residents about possible changes to City code regarding electronic signage.

Judiciary Committee Discusses Domestic Violence Bills

Wyoming Division of Victim Services Director Cara Chambers says that uniformity in the current domestic violence laws in the State is what they’ve been working on.