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Local Legislator Discusses Senate File 65

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Legislation sponsored by Wyoming State Senator for District 22 Dave Kinskey of Sheridan and Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo is intended to specify how provisions related to savings and loan associations apply to mutual savings and loan associations.

School Board Seeks Negotiation With Whitney

Sheridan County School District 2 trustees have asked that their attorney and the attorney for Whitney Benefits Foundation to negotiate a contract for purchase of 10 paintings by western artist Bill Gollings.

Kindergarten Registration Starts in School District 2

Registration will start next week for students who will enter kindergarten next year in Sheridan County School District 2.

Sheridan College Worker Named Employee of Year

A Sheridan College employee has been named Classified Employee of the Year by the Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees.

Carousel Winter Class Offerings Starting Soon

The Cowboy Carousel Center, located in Buffalo, will be beginning its winter courses next week, which will run until March.

SHS Students Learning the Ropes in Cheyenne

Two students from Sheridan High School have been helping out our local delegation during the current legislative session as part of an internship program. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

University of Wyoming Student Dies Over Weekend

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Police in Laramie are investigating the weekend death of a University of Wyoming student.

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Demolition And Removal Of Old Jail Costs $33,000

The Johnson County Commissioners, and the Justice Center Joint Powers Board discussed the demolition and removal of the old jail building and what will eventually become of the property directly adjacent to the east side of the new justice/judicial center complex on Fort Street in Buffalo.

Council Has Further Discussions On Swift Street Sewer Line

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council discussed the problem with the sewer line on Swift Street, which caused at least two homeowners on the line to come before the council in recent weeks to have work done on the line.

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