This latest edition of Sheridan Media's Week in Review takes a look back at some of the top stories that made the news this past week. Monday, Sheridan City Councilors Levi Dominguez, Shelleen Smith, Kristin Kelly and Mayor Dave Kinskey were sworn in by Judge Jon Botten. The 62nd Wyoming Legislature got underway in Cheyenne Tuesday. Governor Matt Mead delivered his “State of the State” address Wednesday to a joint session of the legislature.
The Wyoming Department of Transportation recently issued a reminder for businesses and property owners that snow removed from property adjacent to a state highway cannot be pushed onto the highway - or public roads.
Billings Clinic Becomes Newest Member of Mayo Clinic Care Network
The Mayo Clinic recently announced the Billings Clinic as the newest member of its Mayo Clinic Care Network. The Billings Clinic is the first health system in the state of Montana to have passed Mayo's rigorous review process and been selected as a member of the network.
Wyoming has had the dubious distinction of having one of the highest suicide rates in the nation annually. Governor Matt Mead says that the state will continue to work on solutions to the issue that doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill didn't mince words Friday in her response to proposed legislation that would essentially strip her of her duties as superintendent. Hill offered testimony Friday to the Senate Education Committee.
Members of the Johnson County Library Board met with the county commissioners at their meeting this week to update them on their proposed expansion project and where in the planning process the project currently sits.
Arts Along The Bighorns began their Kickstarter program in December to raise the necessary funds to purchase and eventually move the historic Cowboy Carousel to the proposed Cowboy Carousel Center in the old Beutler Building on North Lobban Street.
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