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January 27th, 2015

Park, Art 'Economics' Highlight SEEDA Meeting

Updates on Sheridan's hi-tech business park and a creative economics study that recognizes art as a force in economic development were among highlights of a meeting at Sheridan College on Tuesday.

Winnop's Excited About Washington Trip

A local high school students says she's excited about her trip to Washington to see how government works. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

County to Pay Federal Agency for Aerial Photos

Sheridan County has officially joined counties from across the state to compile enhanced aerial photos of property, at a cost of $7,800, paid to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency.

Bill Would Strengthen State’s Non-Discrimination Law

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Legislation aimed at strengthening Wyoming’s non-discrimination law was introduced in the Wyoming Senate last week. While Wyoming employment law already exempts churches, religious organizations and associations, the legislation would further articulate religious protections.

Governor Mead Weighs-In on Non-Discrimination Law

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead recently offered his thoughts and opinion proposed legislation that would add sexual orientation and gender identity to Wyoming's current non-discriminatory law. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Montana Man Found Dead in Yellowstone Park

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Officials with Yellowstone National Park have confirmed that 52-year-old Merik Morgan of Belgrade, Montana, was found dead Saturday along a groomed ski trail in the northern part of the park.

January 27th

Museum Prepares Exhibits for Upcoming Season

The Sheridan County Museum will open for the 2015 season with three exhibits.

Students Embrace the Act of Kindness

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As part of a kindergarten through 12th grade initiative for School District One, which includes Tongue River and Big Horn Schools, students, staff, and employees have joined over 4000 schools nationwide in the Great Kindness Challenge, an anti-bullying campaign.

State Treasurer Details Legislative Session Role, Revenue Downturn

Many people are aware of what legislators’ duties are during the current 2015 legislative session in Cheyenne, but Wyoming Treasurer Mark Gordon came on to our news talk show Public Pulse on Monday to explain how his office assists in the process.

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