Archive - Jun 28, 2019 - News

'Insufficient Evidence'

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A 40-year-old Sheridan woman will not be charged with any criminal offenses for an accident on East Brundage Street in Sheridan the evening of June 9.

U.S. Cares About Fallen Soldiers

Zena Husman, in orange flowered top, niece of the late Cpl. DeMaret Marton Kirtley, says she's learned that the U.S. cares about its fallen soldiers. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Zena Kirtley Husman said she's learned that the United States takes care of its fallen soldiers.

Some Not So Boring Ideas on Improving the Economy

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Jobs, jobs, jobs.
How do we provide enough jobs for the working people of Wyoming?

A month ago in this space, I wrote about the state’s economy and how to create economic development. It spurred a variety of interesting comments from all over the state. Here are just a few:

Library System Closed for 4th of July, Rodeo Friday

The Sheridan County Library System will be closed on two days in July. Programming Coordinator Zola Shockley shared the details recently while a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse.

Lions Club President Talks Fireworks Show

The Big Horn Lions Club will be holding their annual fundraiser on Thursday as the Big Horn Equestrian Center Fireworks Show will be taking place.

Fireworks in Sheridan County

A Sheridan County Commission resolution regarding the use of fireworks within the county, authorizes the use of them from Monday through Sunday July 7.

Replacing Charter Ordinance #2158

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The Sheridan City Council is in the process of replacing Charter Ordinance #2158, the City Administrator Ordinance. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Celebrating 30 Years

The Wyoming Community Foundation is a nonprofit that started serving charitable organizations in each of Wyoming’s 23 counties in 1989.

Enzi: Securing Nation's Fiscal Future Begins by Fixing the Broken Budget Process

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (Courtesy photo)

During a hearing this week on securing the nation's fiscal future, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming, Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, said he hoped the committee would produce bipartisan proposals to fix America's broken budget and spending process.

Wyoming judge will not allow 2 assault trials for NFL player

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LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — A judge has ruled against holding two sexual assault trials for a former University of Wyoming football star.

The Laramie Boomerang reported Wednesday that a district court judge did not approve a request by an attorney representing Carl Granderson.