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Amended SFC Bill Passes House, Would Fund Coffeen

In the latest development during months of uncertainty about the project, Coffeen Elementary is tentatively set to be funded for rebuild in all three phases - planning, design and construction - in 2013-14.

Poll: Let Bush Tax Cuts Expire?

The Bush Tax cuts that were set to expire at the end of 2010 were given a two-year extension by President Barack Obama, and now a new deadline approaches.

Buffalo's Feature In This Old House Appears On-line

Buffalo's feature in This Old House Magazine has been posted on-line and will appear in next month's magazine as well, according to Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis.

Wyoming Waiters Underpaid?

WY NEWS SERVICE -- A new study says that Wyoming restaurant workers may be underpaid.

Thickman Accepts Governor's Art Award

During a ceremony in Cheyenne Friday night Dr. Seymour Thickman of Sheridan was one of four to accept a Governor's Art Award.

Governor Mead in D.C. for NGA Winter Meeting

Governor Matt Mead is in Washington, DC to participate in the National Governors Association Winter Meeting. Governor Mead will be co-chairing the Special Committee on Homeland Security and Public Safety session. He will also continue his service on the Council of Governors.

Johnson County Republicans' Straw Poll Supports Ron Paul

Republicans in Johnson County held their caucus Saturday and their straw poll shows they support Ron Paul by a significant margin.

State Vets Facility in Sheridan Fails

Senate File 11 that would have in effect created a state skilled-nursing Veteran's Home facility in Sheridan failed in committee last week by one vote, 15-14 with one senator absent.

Snowmobile Poker Run to Benefit Colstrip Girl

A second annual snowmobile poker run will take place Saturday, this year to raise money for a 12-year-old Colstrip girl suffering from brain cancer. Organizer Sandi Levi tells us more

Patton Talks Failed Retirement Bill

Most legislators had a pretty good assumption that changes to the state's retirement system probably wouldn't make it past the introduction stage of this year's budget session. House Bill 91 failed to make it to committee on a 30 to 30 vote.

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