Wyoming

As reported in first news this morning, Liz Cheney has dropped out of the race for U.S. Senator. She was trying to out-seat long-time U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, also a Republican from Wyoming.

Both Johnson County and the City of Buffalo signed an agreement acknowledging the Sheridan Airport for “critical air service,” and backing a request for more funding from the state for the critical air service program.

Jennifer Haskins took over the BDA recently, and has overseen a number of events already, and is ready to get to work in her new position.

Haskins said she was born in Illinois but moved to Wyoming as a child, and graduated from Campbell County High School before moving back to Illinois.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department, citing more efficient budget and staffing concerns, will merge two of its publications beginning this month.

It's time once again to take a look back at some of this past week's top stories with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

In a recent release, Wyoming's Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill blasted lawmakers over the rules of an upcoming hearing. She says she's dissatisfied, in general, with the Legislature's Select Investigative Committee's plan to hold the hearings, focusing on her administration of the department, before taking action to remove her from office. She continues to deny any wrongdoing.

The first of a western film series starts Sunday, with a movie that's been called the godfather of westerns because of its authenticity. So organizers of the showing are asking everyone to help set the stage.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

As part of our ongoing series on Sheridan's historical buildings, this week, we focus on the Cady House, which sits at the corner of North Main and Alger in downtown Sheridan.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to one hundred years ago, Jan. 4 of 1914, as reported by the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper.

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