Judge Hears Arguments in Lawsuit Filed by Cindy Hill

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A district judge in Cheyenne says he will rule in a week whether to restore the powers and duties recently taken away from state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill.

Sen. Barrasso Joins Senators in Introducing Bill to Approve Keystone XL Pipeline

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Sen. Barrasso Joins Senators in Introducing Bill to Approve Keystone XL Pipeline (Image courtesy of Wikipedia)

U.S. Senator John Barrasso joined a group of bipartisan senators Thursday in introducing legislation to approve the Keystone XL pipeline. The bill's sponsors aim to approve the 1,700-mile long pipeline project, citing congressional authority.

Former Guernsey Town Clerk Pleads Guilty to Income Tax Evasion

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Former Guernsey Town Clerk Pleads Guilty to Income Tax Evasion (Photo courtesy of Wikipedia)

A former Guernsey town clerk entered a guilty plea this week for income tax evasion, according to the Internal Revenue Service's Criminal Investigation Division. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

Trout Unlimited Sponsors Fly Tying Clinc

Sheridan Media is receiving preliminary reports that fly fishermen in the area are starting to get “The Itch.”

Kinskey Endorses Fluoridation

(photo by Ron Richter)

Sheridan Mayor, Dave Kinskey, appeared on Public Pulse on Newstalk, 930, KROE this morning and revisited the debate about whether fluoride should be added to the city water supply.

Jaycees Host Green Run

The Sheridan Jaycees are sponsoring their 8th annual Run 'Till You're Green fun run Saturday at Kendrick Park.

Wyoming Supreme Court Upholds Life Sentence for Man Who Abused Teenage Girl

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - The Wyoming Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a sentence of life without parole for a Rock Springs man convicted of sexually abusing a 15-year-old girl.

District Judge Nena James sentenced Kenneth James Huckfeldt last year in Sweetwater County.

Employers Say They Need a Skilled Workforce to Fulfill High Demand

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Sheridan College sophomore, Tillie Hoefer, works on a project with a manual mill machine. She's set to graduate with an Associate of Applied Science degree in Machine Tool Technology in May. (Photo courtesy of Wendy Smith with Sheridan College)

We previously reported that Whitney Benefits is partnering with Sheridan College to create the new Jobs, Education and Technology program. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the latest.

The Nation's 'Spending Addiction'

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The Nation's 'Spending Addiction' (Courtesy photo)

The Senate Budget Committee has begun considering the first budget resolution in almost four years. U.S. Senator Mike Enzi says there needs to be some kind of recognition that out-of-control spending - not a lack of tax revenue - is America’s most significant fiscal problem.

Reservation schools’ federal aid slashed in sequestration

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Elementary school children wait on the bus outside Wyoming Indian High School for the older students to get out of school. (Ron Feemster/WyoFile — click to view)
By Ron Feemster
March 12, 2013

Three school districts on the Wind River Indian Reservation are scrambling to find ways to cut their budgets without harming student programs paid for with federal funding that sequestration cut sharply earlier this month.