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June 11th, 2013

Wyoming Attorney General's Office Warns of MoneyPak Scams

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The Wyoming Attorney General's Office has seen a spike in complaints that involve the use of the Green Dot “MoneyPak” cards. MoneyPaks are sold at convenience stores and are used to pay bills online and make purchases

Severe Storm in Sheridan Tuesday Evening

Sheridan saw some severe weather on Tuesday evening. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the details.

JCSD1 Board Gets Positive Climate Survey For District

At their meeting Monday night, the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees got the latest School Climate Survey, which was neutral to positive in all 12 dimensions.

Police Report: New Starbucks Crash Details

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Sheridan Media News obtained a copy of the official police report from the Sheridan Police Department regarding the vehicle that crashed into Starbucks on Coffeen Avenue last week.

Hill Offers to Give Up Two Staff Positions

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill is offering to return more than $100,000 in funding to the Wyoming Department of Education.

Larry Steele Team Roping This Weekend In Buffalo

The Fifth Annual Larry Steele Bighorn Classic Team Roping Event is Coming to the Johnson County Fairgrounds this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

NW Pipeline Project Nearing End Of Easement Process

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven, at the last city council meeting, updated them on the progress of acquiring easements for the NW Water Pipeline Project, saying all but two easements have been negotiated and signed.

Tuesday 06-11-13

State Legislators John Patton & Kathy Coleman

Chamber Lunch Goes High-Tech

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The Chamber of Commerce is highlighting technology in the Cowboy State this month. Chamber CEO, Dixie Johnson, gives a preview of the guest speaker at Wednesday's luncheon.

Is This the Future of Family Communication? Or Will Some Remain Committed Luddites?

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Communication may be even more vital among family members when you live in Wyoming, the lowest populated state in the country.