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‘No Stone Unturned’

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Consultants out of Denver hired by the State of Wyoming to review the State’s funding system for education met with members of the Legislature’s Select Committee on School Finance Recalibration this week in Casper.

The Cost of Government

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Lawmakers in Wyoming have taken their fare share of criticism for what some consider to be a penchant for overspending and a growth in government when an abundance of revenue was coming in from the mineral extraction industry.

‘Josie’s Hope’

The first ever “Bra Pong” tournament will take place this weekend in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

GAS DRILLING-PUBLIC LANDS

DENVER (AP) — A lawsuit contesting new rules for hydraulic fracturing on federal land will get its day in court even though President Donald Trump's administration doesn't intend to implement them.

Goose Creek Cup to be Played Sunday

The eighth annual Goose Creek Cup, the highest goal polo played in the United States, will start at 5 p.m. Sunday at the Flying H Ranch just outside Big Horn.

County Offering Employees Early Retirement Incentives

In an effort to diminish their workforce to save money, Johnson County's Commissioners have voted to offer incentives to their employees to consider early retirement.

Chief of Staff: JCHC Ready To Welcome New Doctor

The Chief of Staff at the Johnson County Healthcare Center, Dr. Blaine Ruby, in his recent report to the board of trustees, said the hospital is anticipating the arrival of Dr. Alyse Williams, who is scheduled to start in early September, but Dr. Ruby said she is willing to observe and assist during August before officially starting the following month.

City Attorney Drafting Nuisance Ordinances For Council

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven told the city council at their last meeting that he and his staff are currently re-working and drafting a nuisance ordinance to bring back before them for their consideration.

A Look Back in Time: July 27, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on July 27, 1917.

Unplug’s 2nd Annual Picnic

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Wednesday was the 2nd annual picnic on the Pathway in Washington Park for ‘Unplug.’ Unplug is a partnership between The Sheridan Community Land Trust and Science Kids and offers creative outdoor education programs for families.

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