Wyoming

Sheridan County voters unofficially supported the proposed Constitutional Amendment A, which changes how certain state funds are invested, and supported keeping the 4 percent lodging tax in Tuesday's elections.

Amy Vineyard, Barry Bauer and Sam Olsen were unofficially elected as trustees of Sheridan County School District 3, Arvada-Clearmont in Tuesday's elections. With five candidates in the race, Vineyard received 143 votes, Bauer 132 and Olsen 121.

Sheridan County voters favored Republican Liz Cheney over her challengers in the race for Wyoming's lone U.S. representative. The Casper Star-Tribune has announced that Cheney carried Wyoming.

Voters in Johnson County turned out in more numbers than expected during Tuesday's General Election.
There were 4,402 registered voters before the election, but 4,485 actually cast votes, meaning 83 additional voters registered before voting Tuesday.

The new voter registration line at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall is very large, and has been all day according to Election Judge Fachon Wilson.

Nearly 95 percent of flights into Sheridan County Airport are on time, and more than 99 percent of flights are being completed.

Dayton's town council chose Mayor Norm Anderson as the voting delegate to next year's Wyoming Association of Municipalities convention, but choice of an alternate delegate was put off until after Tuesday night's elections.

While a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse Monday, University of Wyoming President Dr. Laurie Nichols was asked by a caller about the possibility of making Sheridan College a four-year university so that the two learning institutions can work more seamlessly together.

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