Health Officials: 'Deadliest' Flu Season in Years Comes to a Close in Wyoming

The three-dimensional structure of influenza virus from electron tomography. The vaccines made available for the recent flu season did not work on H3N2 Virus, according to health officials, leading to a more deadly flu season in Wyoming. (Courtesy Photo).

As a long and severe flu season winds down across the state, Wyoming Department of Health representatives say at least 26 resident deaths have been linked to influenza across the state since October.

Sheridan College Student Earns Trip to Play in Nashville

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Miles McKee. (Courtesy Photo)

Sheridan College music student Miles McKee recently played saxophone at the College Band Directors National Association convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

Boner is Sworn in as Sen. Anderson’s Replacement

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Wyoming Supreme Court Chief Justice E. James Burke administers the oath of office to Brian Boner in the Senate Chamber in Cheyenne. (Courtesy photo)

Brian Boner of Douglas was recently sworn in as a member of the 63rd Wyoming Legislature in the Senate Chambers of the Wyoming Capitol in Cheyenne.

Popular Cave Opens

The popular Tongue River Cave located in the Big Horn Mountains outside the town of Dayton opens for the season on Wednesday.

Chamber to Host Governor’s Breakfast

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead (Photo by Ron Richter)

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead will be in Sheridan later this month for a special event. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

State Community Colleges Owe Debt to Patton

Not only Wyoming's public schools but Wyoming's community colleges owe a debt to state Rep. John Patton.

County Road Closure

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The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad has requested a full road closure to repair their crossing on County Road 70, or Arvada-Davis Road.

A Look Back in Time: April 11, 1915

Federal court will convene in Sheridan at 9 o'clock tomorrow in the court chambers in the federal building here.

SLIB Board Approves Grant and Loan Requests

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The Wyoming State Loan and Investment Board approved over $8 million in Business Ready Community grant and loan requests at its meeting in Cheyenne this week.

Republican Party Begins Process to fill Patton's Seat

The Sheridan County Republican Party has begun the process of filling the seat left vacant by the death of state Rep. John Patton, who died last weekend.