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Each day this week we'll take a look back at some of the top stories that made the news for the Sheridan area in 2011. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has been in office for almost a year and will be entering the New Year with many of the same goals he had when he took office almost a year ago.

On Friday, we took a look at Wyoming's schools as they compare to other states in terms of adequate yearly progress used to track school proficiency, with help from Sheryl Lain, who's an instructional leader with the Wyoming Department of Education.

The Wyoming State 4-H Office will select 28 youth and five adults for a trip to Mongolia as a part of a 13-state Enhancing Global Perspectives in Youth exchange.

The Wyoming County Commissioners' Association will be conducting a feasibility study for a Wyoming Counties Pooled Health Plan, and the Johnson County Commissioners at last week's meeting decided to participate in and cooperate with the study to see if the pool could save the County money in the future for providing an employee health care plan.

Major changes to live bait fish regulations at Lake DeSmet, Healy Reservoir, and the Tongue River below Interstate 90 will take effect on January 1st, 2012.

Though most won't worry about their weight loss New Years resolution until after Christmas and New Years, Kentz Willis, health educator with the University of Wyoming Extension Office has some tips so maybe you won't have to lose quite as much.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead released a statement on the decision by the United States Postal Service to delay its closure of rural post offices across the country, calling the inaction “prudent”.

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