Sheridan Commercial Air Service Returns This Week

In advance of commercial air service being restored this week in Sheridan, the president of the critical air service team, known as CAST, that’s making the arrangements for its return, provided details about the service during a recent Public Pulse show.

Wildlife Management Areas Close, Brucellosis Sampling Continues

The Kearns and Amsden Creek wildlife habitat management areas in the Big Horn Mountains are now closed.

Sheridan College President Shares Revenue Concerns

The college president responded by saying that it was a relatively small part of the budget.

So, he said, it is a significant change, for some.

To listen to the rest of the interview, go to the Public Pulse page.

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HEADLINES: Murder Trial Begins for Gillette Man … Sheridan Air Service Returns … Wildlife Management Area Closes … Brucellosis Testing Continues … Sheridan College Revenue Base Solid … Sheridan City Council Approves Performing Arts Grant, Details Snow Removal Plan.

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Council Authorizes Grant Submission and Approves Liquor License Renewals

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The Sheridan City Council Monday night addressed a number of items ranging from the arts, to liquor licenses. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

WYDOT Hosts Open House on Piney Creek Road Project

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The Wyoming Department of Transportation is hosting a public open house on the planned improvements to WYO 193, Piney Creek Road. The open house is set for 5:30 to 7 tonight at the Story Women’s Club on North Piney Road in Story.

District 2 Trustees Hear Reports on Intervention Programs

Members of the board of a local school district met in a work session Monday. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

Assessor's Office Closed for Training

A county office is closed for the next three days. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the details.

Trustee Says Flare Gas Resolution Not Workable

The Wyoming School Boards Association this week is expected to consider a resolution that supports taxing natural gas that's flared on the state's school trust lands.

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