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Governor Gordon Asks for $21 Million to Diversify Economy and More

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Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon has requested that $21 million be added to the supplemental budget to launch coal-based generation technology, protect wildlife and state lands from invasive species and predation, and better support local governments.

Historic Horse Racing Boosts Wyoming Economy

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Wyoming is one of the few states in the nation that are permitting the public to bet on historic races at Off Track Betting sites.

Senator Enzi Cosponsors Bill to Rein in Federal Regulations

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming cosponsored legislation to increase accountability and transparency in the federal regulatory process. The Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (Reins) Act, reintroduced this Congress by U.S.

School District 1 Honors Four Teachers

Four teachers in Sheridan County School District 1 were recognized for their hard work and dedication to their students during the district's board of trustees meeting Tuesday night.

Day Two Continues Paperwork Trail In Angela Fox Trial

Tuesday was the second day in the trial for former Buffalo Chamber of Commerce CEO/Director Angela Fox, with the state continuing to bring witnesses and evidence involving credit card and bank statements, receipts and other evidence found concerning purchases made with Chamber of Commerce credit cards.

Shane Shrader Sworn As New Buffalo Mayor

Shane Schrader was sworn in as the new Mayor of Buffalo during Tuesday's city council meeting.

Outgoing Mayor Mike Johnson brought the meeting to order, approved the agenda, minutes from the January 2nd meeting, and the elected officials, Schrader, and Councilmen Wes Haskins and Dan Hart were sworn into office.

Hospice Variety Show This Weekend in Buffalo

The biennial Hospice Variety Show to benefit the Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice program at the Johnson County Healthcare Center will be presented in two shows this weekend.

The variety show features local talent donating their time and efforts to raise funds for the local Hospice program.

Patterson Proposes to Conduct Survey on Housing Needs

Sheridan developer Ron Patterson has offered to conduct a study on what people in Sheridan need and want in terms of housing for less than what the city of Sheridan and SEEDA have proposed to pay.

County to Seek Grants for Airport Terminal

Sheridan County commissioners have authorized Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka to seek more than $2.1 million in state and federal grants to help fund rehabilitation and expansion of the terminal building at the airport.

Siddle, Haswell Appointed to County Parks Board

New Sheridan County commissioners Nick Siddle and Christi Haswell were appointed to the Sheridan County parks and recreation board Tuesday.

SheridanWyoming.com

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