Archive - Feb 1, 2019 - News

Auxiliary Donates to Five Areas of Hospital

The hospital auxiliary donates $23,500 to Sheridan Memorial Hospital at the auxiliary luncheon Friday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Auxiliary this year donated $23,500 to five different areas of Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

Hubert Says Job Needs More Hours Than She Wants to Give

Missi Hubert has resigned as executive director of Sheridan's Food Group. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Missi Hubert says her job as executive director of Sheridan's Food Group requires more hours than she wants to put in.

UW Rodeo Fundraiser Set for Feb. 23

University of Wyoming alumnus and 2007 World Champion steer wrestler Jason Miller will be guest speaker at this year's Bucking Horse Gala later this month in Laramie.

Jennings Has Concerns Over Budget Bill

The 65th Wyoming Legislature has used week four of the 2019 General Session to work on the mirror supplemental budget bills.

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A bill has made its way through the Wyoming Senate that would allow for state community colleges to award bachelor degrees in certain programs.

Biteman Talks Change of Party Bills

The idea of voters switching party affiliation during the primary elections to influence the opposite party’s candidates has been talked about several times throughout the 2019 General Session of the Wyoming Legislature.

Attainable Housing Remains a Priority for City Officials

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SEEDA Administrator Robert Briggs (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Attainable/workforce housing remains a priority for the elected officials with the City of Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Senator Barrasso Feels Robust Economy is Being Overlooked

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso (Courtesy photo)

U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming spoke on the Senate floor this week about an issue that he feels has been overlooked amid the recent partial shutdown of the government.

G&F Commission to Discuss Selection of New Director

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will hold two meetings this month to discuss selection of the next director of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

State Program Casts Uncertainty Over Future of Air Service in Sherdan

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Denver Air Connection is more than willing to serve Sheridan County, and the county is happy with the airline service, but a proposed statewide program has cast uncertainty over future relations.