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January 23rd, 2020

Associate Director Joins UW Extension

Mandy Marney. (Courtesy photo)

Mandy Marney joined the University of Wyoming this week as new associate director of the university's Extension Service.

Autopsy: Missing Hardin Girl Died of Hypothermia

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An autopsy has found that a 16-year-old girl who went missing from an Interstate 90 rest stop in Montana on New Year's Day died of hypothermia.

Sheridan County Opts to Join WCCA Workers Comp Program

The Sheridan County Commission this week voted to join a workers compensation program drawn up and offered by the Wyoming County Commissioners Association.

County Approves Contract for Natural Resource Plan

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved a contract wit Y2 Consultants, LLC of Jackson to develop the county's Natural Resource Plan.

JCSD1 Graduation Rate Above State Average

The graduation rate at the two high schools in Johnson County School District One is higher than the state average, according to data released this week by the Wyoming Department of Education (WDE).

Cruz Backs Lummis in Wyoming Senate Race

2016 Presidential hopeful and current Republican U.S. Senator from Texas Ted Cruz endorsed Cynthia Lummis in Wyoming’s Senate Race. In a statement, Cruz mentioned that Lummis is a strong leader and that she fought to reduce wasteful Washington spending while serving in the House of Representatives.

Union Pacific Closes Out Film Series

The Classic Western Film Series will come to a conclusion on Sunday with the presentation of Union Pacific at the Sheridan WYO Theater.

Souper Bowl Back For Year 7

Starting Monday, the local Chapter of Wyoming AARP will be kicking off their annual Souper Bowl Food Drive event.

Kinskey Comments on HB54, SF50

Over 100 bills to be considered during the upcoming Budget Session are already listed on the State’s Legislative website.

City Financial Situation in Good Shape

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Photo By:Ron Richter

The Sheridan City Council and Mayor Roger Miller were presented with some good news this week in regard to the City’s financial situation. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.