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January 22nd, 2020

School District 1 to Seek Bids on Parking Lot, Water Line Replacement

School District 1 trustees voted this week to seek bids on a parking lot and water line replacement at the old Tongue River Elementary School. (Photo from Sheridan Media files)

Sheridan County School District 1 will go out for bids on projects for a parking lot and water line replacement at the Tongue River Learning Center – which is the old Tongue River Elementary School building in Ranchester.

Ramaco Carbon Appoints Research Director

Ramaco Carbon has hired Christopher Yurchick as director of research. (Photo from Sheridan Media files)

Ramaco Carbon has hired Christopher Yurchick to serve as director of research and manage research operations for the company in Sheridan and Charleston, West Virginia.

Kalif to Host Dinner and Show Friday

Photo By: Pat Blair

On Friday, the Kalif Shrine Center in Sheridan will be hosting a fundraiser in the form of a dinner and a show.

5 Down, 2 Remain

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Local Mountain Climber Darren Rogers has now completed his 5th assent out of the 7 Summits, the highest peaks on each continent. The latest adventure for Rogers was Mt. Vinson in Antarctica where he spent the first part of the new decade.

CREG Report Anticipates Increase in Expenses

The latest report from the Consensus Revenue Estimating Group has projected that the state expenses will go up in the next biennium.

Sheridan Man Charged With Two Felonies Arraigned in District Court

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

A 22-year-old Sheridan man was arraigned in Fourth Judicial District Court Tuesday for two felony charges. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan Man Pleads Guilty at Arraignment Hearing

A 36-year-old Sheridan man pleaded “guilty” to the charge of Felony Child Abuse at an arraignment hearing Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan.

January 22nd

Wyoming town settles $90K racial discrimination lawsuit

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A town in Wyoming has settled a civil rights lawsuit filed by a former town employee who accused his supervisor of allegedly calling him racial slurs before firing him. Casper Star-Tribune reports that the town of Evansville will pay $90,000 to former employee Roy Mestas.

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Candlelight Vigil, March Held Tonight

Tonight, a candlelight vigil/march in honor of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. According to a Facebook post, the event will start at 6pm and there will be a strong focus on honoring those on the Crow and Cheyenne reservations.