Archive - Jun 2019 - News

June 27th

UW Comments on Lawsuit Over President Nichols Departure

Last week, several media outlets filed a lawsuit against the University of Wyoming and its Board of Trustees over the details of the decision to not renew the contract of President Laurie Nichols.

June 26th

Wyoming agency sent resident details in unprotected email

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming state agency has sent an unencrypted email containing the private information of more than 2,000 residents.

The Casper Star-Tribune reported Wednesday that an employee with the state Department of Health's Aging Division accidentally sent the unprotected message.

Oil and gas companies: No immediate plans for Wyoming field

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Oil and gas leaseholders say they have no immediate plans to expand operations on the Moneta Divide field in central Wyoming.

Wyoming News Update

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SENIORS INFO RELEASED

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming state agency has sent an unencrypted email containing the private information of more than 2,000 residents.

A Look Back in Time: June 27, 1919

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on June 27, 1919.

Buffalo Downtown Association Closing its Doors

The Board of Directors for the Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA) announced this week that they will be dismissing the executive director and closing the doors of the organization in the next few weeks.

Commissioner Cram Discusses Sheridan Air Service

While a guest on our talk show Public Pulse, Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram touched on the air service issue, which is expected to be resolved sooner than later, he said.

Johnson County Meets For Final Bill Pay, Amends Budget

Johnson County's Commissioners met Wednesday for the final bill pay before finalizing their 2019-2020 budget, but had a few minor things to take care of beforehand.

The commission approved Resolution No. 613, amending their current 2018-19 budget by adding just over $23,000.

Hospital Board Elects New Officers

Hospital trustees elected new officers for the coming year in their meeting Wednesday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees elected new officers, said goodby to one outgoing member and welcomed a new member in their meeting Wednesday night.

Property Donation Fulfills Dream for The Hub

The donation of what's now the Sheridan College construction technology program will benefit The Hub on Smith Street. (Photo from Sheridan Media files)

The recent donation of land to Sheridan College is helping to fulfill a dream for those who operate The Hub on Smith Street.