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June 17th, 2014

Hill Says Gov Behind Ousting Bill from Start

Now that State Superintendent Cindy Hill is back in her office, Sheridan Media’s Kim Love asked her during a recent Public Pulse show if the legislation known as Senate File 104 that stripped her of duties had faded into the background.

Power Outage Hampers Bus Service

UPDATE: 12:30 -- The power has been restored.

BREAKING NEWS: We just received notice this morning from the assistant director of the Sheridan Senior Center saying the power is out at the transit facility for the Sheridan mini-buses.

Long-lost Manuscript Offers First-hand Look at State History

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True recollections of Wyoming history involving such things as wolf roundups and recollections of historical figures like Gen. George Armstrong Custer and Sacajawea come alive in a uniquely historical book, whose story of how it came into being is almost as interesting as the stories it tells.

Y Offers Community Bible School

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Monday was the kick-off of the week-long Community Vacation Bible School held at Sheridan's YMCA. Inflatables, snacks, games, teaching, the theme this year is "Son" Treasure Island.

Forest Service Reminds Public of Regulations

Now that summer is here, officials with the Big Horn National Forest want to remind people of the rules when enjoying protected wildernesses. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

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A Look Back in Time: June 17, 1914

The city council this morning awarded the contract for grading a portion of Brooks Street. The street will be graded between Whitney and Burkitt Streets, behind the courthouse. Contractor is M.J. Conley, whose bid was just over $1,300.

City Approves Budget Resolution

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The budget was the main item of business at Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

City, Firefighters Union, Still at Odds Over Contract

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Another round of contract negotiations between the City of Sheridan and the Firefighters Union Local 276 took place at Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting. The City countered the union's proposal from two weeks ago with amendments to their original proposal that they submitted in May.

JCSD1 Honored For High Percentage Of Certified Teachers

Mary Ellbogen-Garland and her mother, Ruth Ellbogen, representing the Ellbogen Foundation, were in Buffalo at the last Johnson County School Board meeting to present the district with a plaque honoring them for becoming the first, and so far, only school district to earn the Ellbogen Meritorious School District certification.