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27th Leadership Sheridan County Starts Jan. 31

The 27th class of Leadership Sheridan County, a program of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, will start with orientation on Jan. 31.

Akers Highlights 2019 BRE Committee Events

At the recent Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, the Chair of each of the 5 Chamber standing committees gave a presentation recapping their work in 2019. Today we take a look at the Business Retention and Expansion Committee.

Planning for Flying with United Express

For over a week now, commercial flights in and out of the Sheridan County Airport have been handled by the new state chosen provider United Express.

Jennings Talks Bills He Plans to Bring

In three weeks, the 2020 Budget Session of the Wyoming Legislature will get underway. During the 24 day gathering, the titular biennial budget bill will take center stage for the State Legislators but other bills can and will be brought as well.

Wyoming governor requests funding for suicide call center

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Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon has recommended providing $400,000 to fund an in-state call center for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Gordon changed course on the issue after initially rejecting the request.

Runway project totaling $62M planned at Cheyenne airport

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A $62 million repair project is in the works for the runways at Cheyenne Regional Airport. The work will happen in phases over several years and could stretch into 2025. The Federal Aviation Administration will contribute $39.5 million for the project and Air National Guard $18 million.

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A Look Back in Time: Jan. 20, 1920

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 Jan. 20, 1920.

Veterans Nursing Facility, Others 'Brainstorming' For Employees

The veterans skilled nursing facility that was awarded to Buffalo last year has been moved up by a year, and that has healthcare providers in the area scrambling to come up with ideas to attract and keep some needed employees, which they already have a shortage of.

School Board Approves Criteria for Superintendent Bonus

The Johnson County School Board voted to approve and accept the criteria for future contract bonuses for Superintendent Jim Wagner during their last regular meeting.

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