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Legislators Consider State Towing Bill, Massage Therapy License

By the end of the day Tuesday, the Wyoming House of Representatives had given preliminary approval to a bill that would authorize the Wyoming Department of Transportation to administer a rotation list specifying which towing companies are called when the department needs motorists vehicles towed.

Committee Considers Medicaid Expansion Bills

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by Gregory Nickerson - WyoFile.com

Wyoming’s debate over whether to expand Medicaid, and how it might be done, reaches a critical point this week.

Sheridan College to Feature Visiting Artist

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A renowned ceramic artist will be coming to Sheridan College in early February to guide a workshop demonstration.

Deadline is Near for Hunting Applications

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The deadline for nonresident hunters to apply for elk licenses for this year will end on February 2. The next upcoming deadline for both resident and nonresident hunters is March 2, when applications must be in for moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat and wild bison.

Day at the Legislature

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Developments at the Wyoming Legislature – as of end of day Tuesday.

“Stick to Kindness...Trash the Bully”

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Making a difference in a positive way, School District One students in Big Horn and Tongue River Schools, are participating in a nationwide week-long anti-bullying campaign called the Great Kindness Challenge.

Foundation Gifts Cancer Center With $42K

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation presented a check for just over $42,500 to the hospital's radiology department on Tuesday.

Sen. Burns Talks Progress on “Right to Try”

Sheridan Media has been keeping in touch with Sen. Bruce Burns during the current legislative session. Reporter Hannah Stepenoff recently spoke to him about the progress of bills he’s sponsoring.

City of Buffalo Gets Clean Audit Report

The Buffalo City Council got a positive report on the 2014 City of Buffalo Audit from Tracey Jelly, CPA with Cloud Peak Accounting of Buffalo.

Weather Forces Hold On Work For JCHC Project

Johnson County Health Officer Dr. Mark Schueler gave a report to the county commissioners during the quarterly County Board Of Health meeting this month, updating them on the progress of the Johnson County Healthcare Center's 2018 Building Project, which will replace the aging Amie Holt Care Center.

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