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Gov. Mead Will Stream State of the State Live Online

Gov. Mead Will Stream State of the State Live Online

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead recently announced that the public can watch the State of the State address live online this Wednesday. Governor Mead will deliver the State of the State address to a joint session of the Wyoming Senate and House of Representatives on January 9 at 10:00 a.m.

Classic Western Film Series Begins Today

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The WYO Theater in Sheridan is once again hosting the Classic Western Film Series throughout the month of January. WYO Theater Board Member Gene Sturlin says that this afternoon will be the first of four classic westerns on the big screen.

New Councilors to Be Sworn in Monday

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The Sheridan City Council will be meeting for their first meeting of 2013 this upcoming Monday night. Judge Jon Botten will be swearing-in Mayor Dave Kinskey, along with Councilors Elect Levi Dominguez, Kristin Kelly and Shelleen Smith.

BLM Issues New Policy regarding Conditions on Wild Horse and Burro Sales

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The Bureau of Land Management announced a new policy Friday, in the form of what’s known as an interim Instruction Memorandum , regarding new conditions and restrictions on wild horse and burro sales.

JCHC Financials Ahead Of Projections So Far in FY 2013

Sandy Ward

During their last meeting the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees were presented with the financial report for December of 2012.

According to Hospital Administrator Sandy ward, the facility is ahead of projections for FY 2013, starting out in reasonably good shape from November to December, up $41,000 in gross patient revenue.

White House: 'Current Policies Work for the Middle Class'

White House: 'Current Policies Work for the Middle Class' (Photo courtesy of flickr.com user LollyKnit)

The White House issued a statement Friday on the most recent unemployment figures, showing that the unemployment rate remained at 7.8-percent in December. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has more.

Wyo. Cloud-Seeding Project Moves Forward Despite Drought

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Drought conditions have posed a challenge but have not stopped Wyoming's ambitious cloud-seeding research project.

Senators Ask if Coal Exports Skirt Royalties

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BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) - Lawmakers are asking the U.S. Department of Interior to review whether companies are shortchanging federal and state governments out of millions of dollars in royalties on coal exported to foreign markets.

Virginia Woman Gets 20 Years in Child Porn Case

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A federal judge in Wyoming has sentenced a Virginia woman to 20 years in prison following her guilty plea to a charge of production of child pornography.

First Baby of 2013 Born in Sheridan on Thursday

Rita Erickson holds her son, Kellan William, the first baby born at Sheridan Memorial Hospital in 2013. (Photo courtesy of Sheridan Memorial Hospital)

The first baby of the new year was born on Thursday at Sheridan Memorial Hospital. Kellan William Erickson was born to Rita and Nick Erickson of Sheridan at 2:55 pm.

Little Kellan weighed 6 lbs., 12 oz. and is 18 inches long.

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