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April 4th, 2017

No Report Filed After Semi Jackknifes on I-90

Early Tuesday morning, there was a report of a motor vehicle accident that blocked both eastbound lanes of Interstate 90 near the Montana-Wyoming State line. Ronda Holwell, Public Information Specialist with the Wyoming Department of Transportation.

Would You Believe That the Biggest Ship in the World Once Was the Wyoming?

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In this world, there are big ships. And there are really, really big ships.

To put the name Wyoming in the same sentence as “the biggest wooden ship ever built” just would not make sense to most residents of this state.

But it is true.

City Receives Good News About Employee Health Insurance

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The City of Sheridan, for the second year in a row, will not experience an increase in their employee health insurance premiums for the upcoming fiscal year that begins July 1.

City Proposes Two Year Contract to Firefighters

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The negotiations continue for a contract between the City of Sheridan and the The International Association of Fire Fighters Union Local #276.

Giving Sheridan Teens an Artistic Outlet

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Sheridan resident Chase McFadden is in the process of launching “The Batch”, a biannual literary/arts magazine that will highlight the work of teenage writers and artists in Sheridan County.

April 3rd

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

POLICE CHASE SENTENCE

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Cheyenne man charged with leading authorities on a 40-mile chase and trying to hit officers with a stolen truck has been sentenced to at least 35 years in prison.

JOCO First Seeks Funding From Local Governments

The Kaycee-Buffalo-Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board, d/b/a JOCO First, is seeking funding from both the City of Buffalo and Johnson County for a training facility for economic development efforts here.

Buffalo's City Budget Meetings Scheduled Through April

Buffalo's city government has set their budget meetings during the month of April, in preparation for adopting a budget that will likely focus on where the city can cut corners and save money for an expected reduction in operating funds.

A Look Back in Time: April 4, 1917

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 April 4, 1917.

Liquor Law Changes Presented at Meeting

The state of Wyoming will no longer regulate the hours of operation for bars and other establishments selling liquor as of July 1.