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December 29th

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

First Phase of Senior Center Construction Nears Completion

The first phase of a project that will enlarge and renovate the Sheridan Senior Center and expand the kitchen is expected to be completed by the end of January or first of February.

Physician Recruitment Among Reasons for Change

As Sheridan Media reported earlier, Sheridan Memorial Hospital has implemented a team approach to patient care, with one patient being seen by more than one doctor.

Where To Celebrate The New Year In Johnson County

Those who want to ring in the New Year in Buffalo or Kaycee have some options, depending on how they wish to enjoy the evening.

Johnson County's 2016 Year In Review: October-December

Over the last few days we have taken a look back at Johnson County's top stories for 2016.
Today we will focus on the fourth quarter of the year, from October through December of 2016.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 30, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Dec. 30, 1916.

Watch Out For Tax Scams

With tax season just around the corner, the Internal Revenue Service is urging taxpayers to be on the lookout for an array of evolving tax scams related to identity theft and refund fraud. During the tax season, there is an increase in scams that target residents via email, phone, and online.

Annual Lake DeSmet Polar Bear Plunge New Years Day

In what has become an annual tradition for some in northeast Wyoming on New Years Day, the Polar Bear Plunge, will happen at Lake DeSmet this coming Sunday afternoon.

Year in Review: Fourth Quarter of 2016

In mid October, an intruder, that was later identified as 39-year-old Terry Tate Twomey of Sheridan, was shot and killed during a home invasion at a residence on the 200 block of West 10th Street in Sheridan.

Legislative Subcommittee Releases Potential K-12 Funding Deficit Solutions

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A white paper identifying areas with proposed solutions to the state’s anticipated K-12 education revenue-expenditure imbalance has been released by a Subcommittee of the Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Education Committee.