Archive - Apr 2018

April 27th

What is the root cause of school violence?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
6% (40 votes)
Mental Health
55% (340 votes)
39% (239 votes)
Total votes: 619

Friends of the Library Board Looking for New Members

The Friends of the Library Board is a big part of keeping the Sheridan County Library Systems funded according to Director Cameron Duff.

Kenneth Ray Felde

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Kenneth Ray Felde, 58, of Sheridan, Wyoming, passed away Friday, April 20, 2018 at his home. He was born at Sheridan Memorial Hospital on October 13, 1959 to Daniel and Darlene (Thomas) Felde.

Sheridan Gubernatorial Candidate Bill Dahlin

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Bill Dahlin was born and raised in Sheridan’s Downer Addition. Last year, Dahlin announced that he would be running as a republican candidate for Governor of Wyoming in the 2018 election.

Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan Update

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Sheridan County is in the process of updating its Multihazard Mitigation Plan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Lummis Endorses Galeotos For Governor

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Former Congresswoman for Wyoming, Cynthia Lummis has announced her endorsement of gubernatorial candidate Sam Galeotos.

April 26th

Wyoming council on air service created, will meet in May

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Aeronautics Commission has unanimously supported Gov. Matt Mead's appointments to a council created to work on finding a commercial air service provider for the state.

Bureau of Land Management approves mine project near Cody

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CODY, Wyo. (AP) — The Bureau of Land Management has authorized a proposed bentonite mine project in northern Wyoming.

Wyoming News Update

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ARLINGTON, Texas — Former Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen has apologized for a series of offensive tweets he sent while in high school. The potential No. 1 pick apologized for the now-deleted tweets to ESPN's Stephen A. Smith early Thursday, hours before the NFL draft.

Josh Allen Goes 7th to the Buffalo Bills / Bronc / Lady Bronc Soccer Split With East / Troopers Open 2018 This Weekend

JOSH ALLEN - University of Wyoming Quarterback Josh Allen was selected 7th in the first round of the NFL draft taken by the Buffalo Bills who made a trade to move up in the draft order so they could take Allen with the 7th pick.

The process is now over for Allen he is now a pro football player for the Buffalo Bills.

And Allen says it's been quite a ride to get to this point of his football career.