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April 15th, 2013

Governor Mead Returns From Middle Eastern Venture

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Governor Mead Returns From Middle Eastern Venture

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead recently returned from a week-long trip to the Middle East, where he met with foreign officials interested in research done by the University of Wyoming.

Mayor Kinskey Responds to Boston Bombings

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Mayor Kinskey Responds to Boston Bombings (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia)

As we previously reported, two bombs went off at the finish line of the Boston Marathon yesterday. At least three are dead, and more than 144 others injured. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Street Striping Project Bid Awarded

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The Sheridan City Council Monday night unamiously awarded the bid for the 2013 street striping project to Streamline Markings, Inc of Billings, Montana in the amount of $97,825.

23 Boston Marathon Runners From Wyoming Entered in Race, Sheridan's Del Acker and Wife Okay

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23 Boston Marathon Runners from Wyoming Entered in Race, Sheridan's Del Acker and Wife Okay (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia)

In a list published by the Boston Athletic Association, 23 Wyoming residents entered in the Boston Marathon - a race that was rocked Monday by a series of explosions.

Task Force Set for Capital Facilities Projects

Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller

Elected officials representing Dayton, Ranchester, Clearmont, Sheridan and Sheridan County met Monday afternoon to discuss renewing the Capital Facilities Tax this November. In 2009, Sheridan County voters passed the Cap Tax with almost 70 percent of the vote in favor of the renewal.

North Main Interchange Public Open House

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The North Main Association, the City of Sheridan and the Wyoming Department of Transportation will host a public open house on the North Sheridan Interchange Project this Tuesday. The meeting will specifically focus on enhancements from Fort Road to the old Port of Entry.

Jury Selected For Wilkerson Trial, Opening Set For Tuesday

The trial of Richard Wilkerson began Monday with the selection and seating of a jury, which took most of the day to complete, according to officials at the Johnson County Judicial Center.

The trial itself, with opening arguments, is scheduled to begin Tuesday morning in Johnson County District Court.

Shredder Takes to Sheridan Streets

Michlle and Bryan Ritterbush got their paper shredding truck in January. They are providing a service to Sheridan that previously had to be outsourced. (photo by Tracee Davis)

Bryan Ritterbush, a 22-year military veteran, and his wife, Michelle, got a new truck in January. It's equipped with a rear-view camera, plenty of room in the back, and teeth.

SCSCR Hosts Dinner at Blacktooth

The Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue is planning another massive spay/neuter event to curb the problem of pet overpopulation in the area.

Tuesday Marks “Tax Freedom Day”

Tuesday marks “Tax Freedom Day” in Wyoming, meaning workers in the state have now earned enough money to pay this year's federal, state and local taxes. The rest of this year's earnings go into pocket.