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Despite a sometimes heated and emotional debate, as well as a pair of votes, the Sheridan County School District 3 Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting to continue to discuss how and under what conditions district officials will hire coaches at a special meeting next week.

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School districts aren’t alone in planning for the potential crunch of projected budget cuts at the state level, with the Clear Creek Recreation District possibly also finding itself caught in the financial wake of such revenue reductions.

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State lawmakers advanced a slew of bills for further consideration during the remainder of the Legislature’s eight-day virtual session next week, with some legislation foreshadowing “painful decisions” that lawmakers will face in the coming months, according to one leading senator.

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The University of Wyoming’s administration has identified a plan to address a $42.3 million budget reduction in the current biennium to present to the UW Board of Trustees; this in response to a 10% cut in state funding that resulted in an immediate reduced distribution from the state earlier this year.

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While Gov. Mark Gordon asked school administrators to begin looking at ways to reduce school district budgets by 10%, Sheridan County superintendents expressed concern and confusion regarding the request.

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The discussion of Gillette College potentially pulling from the Northern Wyoming Community College District comes in the wake of the NWCCD cutting all athletics at both Gillette and Sheridan colleges Thursday as part of an overall budget reduction of about $4 million.