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December 28th

1968 was a horrible year for USA but capped with a heavenly event

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Before 2018 totally slips into our memory, I want to write about some events that occurred 50 years ago during the torturous year of 1968 across the USA.

For those of us who lived through 1968, that year was essentially a horrible year that ended with a wonderful earth-changing event.

Kinner Talks Appropriations Committee, Supplemental Budget

The 2019 General Session of the Wyoming Legislature will begin on January 8th in the State Capital and although the biennial budget will not be the main focus, supplemental items will still be considered.

Year-In-Review: September-December

We conclude our year in review series today with a look back at some of the top news stories from the final third of 2018 in Sheridan County. In September, the City of Sheridan Fire Civil Service Commission certified the Fire Chief Eligibility List.

Year-In-Review: May-August

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We continue our year in review series today with a look back at some of the top news stories from 2018 in Sheridan County during the months of May through August. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Trail End to Host Annual First Day Hike

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The Trail End State Historic Site will once again be the gathering point for this year’s First Day Hike.

Local Julian to Read New Book in Sheridan

Local author, Tyler Truman Julian, will read from his new book, Wyoming: The Next Question to Ask (to Answer), at Sheridan Stationery Books and Gallery on Saturday, January 5, at 11am and at Luminous Brewhouse on Sunday, January 6, at 3pm. Wyoming is a book of poetry written by Sheridan native, Juli

G&F Holding Meetings to Gather Public Info on Chapter 31 Regulation

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be holding two public meetings late next month to gather public input on Chapter 31, the regulation governing authorized license selling agents.

December 28th

Legislative Session to End 5 Days Early

Rep. Mark Kinner says this year's legislative session could end five days early. (Photo by Pat Blair)

This year's state legislative session would normally be for 40 days, but Wyoming lawmakers will try to wrap up five days early.

Nationwide internet outage affects CenturyLink customers

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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Many CenturyLink customers across the U.S. were without internet Thursday amid a lengthy outage that even affected some Verizon customers.

Wyoming personal income up last summer

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Personal income was up in Wyoming over the third quarter of 2018.

The federal Bureau of Economic Analysis says personal income in Wyoming rose by 3.3 percent in late summer.