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Appropriations Committee Discusses Revenue Shortfall

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The Appropriations Committee of the Wyoming Legislature met for two days last week in Cheyenne. State Senator Bruce Burns of Sheridan is a member of the committee, and says that declining revenues was a topic of concern.

Fireworks Extravaganza at Equestrian Center

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The Big Horn Equestrian Center will once again be the site for the annual fireworks extravaganza Saturday night. Gates will open at 4 and music by Dave Munsick will begin at 7:30. Fireworks Sponsor Bruce Burns says that it’s a good idea to get there early.

Farmers Market Begins a Week From Thursday

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The Sheridan Farmers Market is set to begin Thursday, July 9 on Grinnell Plaza in downtown Sheridan. The market will run each Thursday from 5 to 7 through September 24. Market Manager Bonnie Gregory says that she expects big things for this year’s market.

Ribbon Is Cut on Recycling Center

A new program was unveiled this week that's intended to help Sheridan residents in their efforts to “go green.” Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has details.

Sheridan County Unemployment Down

Sheridan County unemployment rates fell to 3.6 percent in May this year, down from April and from May of last year.

The Language of Sustainability Pop-Up Art Show

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A public reception was held Monday evening at the Sheridan Fulmer Library featuring the informational artwork from the national organization, Lexicon of Sustainability.

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Building Inspector's Report To Council

City of Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades gave his report to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting, discussing vouchers for the city-wide cleanup, the recent flag ceremony at City hall, and grass issues within the city.

Reserve Spots Now For Gatchell's Cemetery Tours

The annual Echoes of the Past Cemetery Tours, presented by the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo, will be happening again this year, August 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th and again the 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th in Buffalo's Willow Grove Cemetery.

College Trustees Contribute to Economic Study

The Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees will contribute more than $51,000 to help finance a study to determine the economic impact of the state's seven community college districts.

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