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UW President Announces 5-Year Plan

University of Wyoming President Dr. Laurie Nichols talked about the university's strategic five-year plan at a dinner meeting Monday night of university alumni.

Legislators Asked to Revive SF 79

Sheridan County's legislators have been asked to revive Senate File 79, a bill that was introduced last year but failed to be enacted into law.

Dining for Cause Off to Good Start

Dining for a Cause got off to a good start at Frackelton’s Restaurant Monday, with Sheridan's Salvation Army the beneficiary of this month's event.

Commissioners Ask Legislators to Continue Support of Local Government

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held their Annual Legislative Forum today in the Sheridan County Courthouse.

Forward Sheridan Presents to Legislators

Sheridan County’s State Legislators were all present in the Commissioners Boardroom of the Sheridan County Courthouse Monday morning. Jay Stender, CEO of Forward Sheridan, was there to present on behalf of his organization. Stender highlighted two things to the commissioners.

People Chime in How they Might Live Their Lives Over if Given the Chance

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Regrets, I’ve had a few, but then again, too few to mention . . . – line from My Way, a wonderful song recorded famously by both Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley.

Warren Miller’s Line of Descent Follows the Christmas Stroll at the WYO

After the 22nd Annual Christmas Stroll, another annual traditio will be back to salue the start of winter.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

WYOMING-ALCOHOL TAX

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers are looking at increasing taxes on beer and other alcohol in addition to tobacco.

Buffalo Council Approves Contract. Permits With Bald Mountain

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council approved contracts and permits for Bald Mountain Sanitation to continue providing services to a number of commercial clients in the city, and also tabled some to allow further discussion and negotiation t between themselves and owner Scott Gruntmeier.

County BOE Dismisses Tax Protests After Agreements

The Johnson County Commissioners, acting as the Board of Equalization, approved a request from Attorney Barry Crago, representing the County Assessor in the matter, to dismiss two tax protests because agreements had been reached between the county and the protesters.

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