Archive - 2013

December 10th

State Funds Nearly All Lewis Bridge Project

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The first of two open houses hosted by the Wyoming Department of Transportation regarding the Lewis Street Bridge project in Sheridan was well attended, as a little over 30 people showed up to learn more about the project. The total construction cost of the project is estimated at $4 million.

Superintendent Discusses Local Control

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During her time as Superintendent of Public Instruction for Wyoming, Cindy Hill has been an avid supporter of local control in regard to education in the state.

Tuesday 12-10-13

State Superintendent, Cindy Hill

Chamber Lunch Program Features Legendary Free-Fall

Courtesy Photo From Red Bull Stratos Project

This month's Chamber luncheon program in Sheridan features a first-hand report of a now legendary free-fall descent.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Democrats Question Mead About Medicaid Expansion

Two Democratic lawmakers are questioning Wyoming Governor Matt Mead about his recommendation that the state not expand Medicaid to offer health insurance to low-income adults.

Chamber Offers Training Workshop

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will be bringing back the "Standing Tall in an Upside Down World" program as a Chamber workshop on Jan. 14.

Library Forgives Fines for Donated Foods

Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library -- Photo by Leslie Stratmoen

This is the week in Sheridan County when you can return an overdue library book and be forgiven up to $2 in fines, for each donated food item.

Officials Hope Web Page Gets People Involved

Photo by Leslie Stratmoen

State game officials hope a new web page on the Wyoming Game and Fish website gets people more involved.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

VA Boiler's Back in Service

A boiler broke down at Sheridan's VA Medical Center last week, but Public Affairs Officer Jackie Van Mark said a backup boiler kicked in and the hospital never lost heat

Meteorologist Blames Deep Freeze on Pacific Ocean

One of Wyoming's leading meteorologists is blaming the state's deep freeze on Pacific Ocean temperatures.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.