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Legislative Forum: Requests Include Support for Air Service, School Programs, Ski Facility

Wyoming legislators were asked to allocate money for air service, support farm to school and pre-kindergarten readiness programs and identify possible funding opportunities for a mountain recreation area, during the morning session of the legislative forum held Tuesday in Sheridan.

College President Discusses Enrollment Growth

Funding for enrollment growth was a topic addressed by Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young during Tuesday’s Legislative Forum at Sheridan City Hall.

VOA President: ‘State Needs to Fund Title 25’

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Volunteers of America were one of eight presenters Tuesday afternoon at the Legislator Forum held at Sheridan City Hall.

State Assessment System Addressed at Legislator Forum

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The afternoon session Tuesday of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Legislator Forum began with Sheridan County School District #3 Superintendent Charles Auzqui updating legislators on the current status of the three schools within the district.

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County Concerned With Data Backup Agreement

Concerns over wording in an agreement between the county and Ptolemy Data Systems over their backing up and protection of county data has led the commissioners to authorize Deputy County Attorney Barry Crago to make changes to the agreement and send it back to Ptolemy for their consideration.

Buffalo Chamber's Winter Gathering Fundraiser Saturday

A party atmosphere from the 1920s will be featured this weekend at this year's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Winter Gathering.
It is a major fundraiser for the chamber, according to Director Angela Fox.

Planner Asks For Public's Help Securing Grant Funds

City Planning Director Lynn Barrett has asked for the public's help in securing grant funding for a study to look into the possibility of a flood mitigation project west of Buffalo that will collect flash storm runoff and protect the northen end of town from flooding like that which happened in the spring of 2015, which caused extensive damage to many homes and businesses in the city.

Today's Legislative Forum Featured 13 Presentations

All of Sheridan and Johnson county's state legislators attended today's Legislative Forum held at the Sheridan City Hall. Seated in the picture, inset, from the left, are Senator Dave Kinskey, Rep. Mark Jennings, Rep. Rosie Berger, Rep. Mike Madden, Rep. Mark Kinner and Senator Bruce Burns.

News Reporting in Big Horn Basin is as Good as Anywhere in the State

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It is easy to feel good about Wyoming’s future when visiting the Big Horn Basin.

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