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University of Wyoming's Economic Impact

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

Earlier this week the University of Wyoming released a report that was conducted by the university's Office of Research and Economic Development that showed the impact the university provides to the state's economy.

“Saturday U” in Ucross

Faculty members from the University of Wyoming have teamed up for a project combining science and art at the Ucross Foundation. The results of their work will be presented in a public program at the foundation on Saturday.

Senior Center, College Form Partnership

Sheridan Senior Center Director Carmen Rideout (Photo by Ron Richter)

Sheridan's Senior Center and Sheridan College have announced a partnership that will benefit the college's students and Sheridan County's senior citizens.

A Look Back in Time: June 27, 1914

John B. Kendrick of Sheridan has announced he will run on the Democratic ticket for the office of state governor.

Buffalo City Council Meeting Briefs

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven, during his report to the city council, thanked them for allowing his participation in the Wyoming Association of Local Attorneys Conference.

Golf For A Cause Today At Buffalo Golf Club

Julia Bettinger

Although the “official” entry deadline was June 15th, those interested in the fifth annual Community Resource Center's Golf For A Cause event today can still sign up before the start.
According to Organizer Julia Bettinger they “won't turn anyone away” that wants to participate.

Work On New Nursing Home For JCHC Begins

Johnson County Healthcare Center

The 2018 Capital Construction Project for the Johnson County Healthcare Center, which will replace the aging Amie Holt Care Center with a new nursing home facility has begun according to Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward.

A Warm-Blooded Wyoming Wednesday

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It was another Wyoming Wednesday, offering informative and interpretive programs about the Sheridan area. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by the Information Center and brings us this story.

Raising the Limit

WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Beginning July 1, motorists in Wyoming will be able to legally drive up to 80 miles per hour on almost 500 miles of rural interstate highway in the state.

Senate Passes Bill to Improve Job Training Program

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (Photo by Ron Richter)

The U.S. Senate Wednesday, overwhelmingly passed the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act by a vote of 95-3.