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Mead Releases Biennial Budget

Governor Mead Releases Biennial Budget

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Governor Matt Mead says the current tough economic times make it critical for the state to continue to invest in state and local government infrastructure.

Representative Patton Attending NCSL Forum in Florida

Wyoming State Representative John Patton

State Representative John Patton has been in Tampa, Florida this week attending the National Conference of Legislatures Fall Forum.

Over a Million in Grant Requests From the City Approved by the State

City of Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson

The Wyoming Business Council met in Cheyenne today to review various grant applications from municipalities around the state. The City of Sheridan had two out the three projects approved for which they were requesting funding in the form of grants.

Kalif Shrine Annual Christmas Party Is Saturday

2010 Kalif Shrine Christmas Party. (Judy Hagerott photo)

Those who missed the chance to see Santa at the Stroll last weekend can attend the annual Kalif Shrine Kids Christmas Party on Saturday, December 3 at the Kalif Shrine Temple.

City Staff Continue to Look at Parking Ordinance

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City Staff Continue to Look at Parking Ordinance

At the direction of the Sheridan City Council, City staff has been reviewing the City's ordinance pertaining to curbside parking, with the possibility of increasing the regulations. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Game & Fish Sending Out Big Game Hunter Surveys

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is asking resident and nonresident hunters to fill out its yearly big game harvest survey.

First Light Announces New Hires

First Light Executive Director Ann Perkins

First Light Children's Center has hired Katie Christopherson as Assistant Director and Angela Brugger as Family Resource Coordinator, as they approach a scheduled opening date next month.

Gov. Mead Set To Release Budget Recommendations

Gov. Matt Mead

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead is set to release details of his budget proposal for the coming two-year state funding cycle.

Buffalo Council to Choose New Member This Month

Buffalo City Council

The Buffalo City Council will decide by the end of December who will fill the vacant seat left when former councilman Bruce Hepp passed away earlier this year.

JCHC Board Votes to Pay Off CT Scan Machine

JCHC Administrator Sandy Ward

At their Wednesday night meeting, the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees voted to pay off the remaining amount on their outstanding loan for their new CT Scan machine.