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JCHC Letter To Address Kinskey Comments On Vets Facility

The Hospital Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center will be drafting and sending a letter to State Senator Dave Kinskey with the intent of correcting a few statements Kinskey made on the floor of the senate during debate on House Bill 82, which was eventually approved to build a state-run veterans skilled nursing facility in Buffalo.

Dog, Cat Shelter Stages Adoption Event

In the midst of the Home and Garden Show this weekend, Sheridan's Dog and Cat Shelter held a three-day adoption event.

United Adopts Lower Rates in Airfare

United Airlines has adopted the lower airfare set by Denver Air Connection from Sheridan to Denver.

'Constant Flow' Reported at Home Show

There's been a constant flow of people at this year's Home & Garden Show at the Holiday Inn.

Arraignment Set for Defendant in Sheridan County Poaching Case

A Sheridan County man charged with 11 counts of Wanton Destruction of a Big Game Animal will be arraigned in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan Thursday morning.

Bunco for Benefits: Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue

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Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue will be the beneficiary of the “Bunco for Benefits” fundraiser Tuesday night at the Tasting Library in Sheridan.

Tribley Chosen New College President

Dr. Walter Tribley has been selected as the new president of the Northern Wyoming Community College District.

Wyoming Works Strange Path to Governor’s Desk

Senate File 122, known as the Wyoming Works Bill, had a strange journey in the 2019 General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature.

Jennings on 2019 General Session Bills

The 2019 General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature is wrapped up and Governor Mark Gordon will have a few more days to take action on the pieces of legislation that made it to his desk.

SEEDA Administrator Discusses Kennon Project Timeline

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A timeline for the building that will be home to Kennon Products, Inc, was discussed by the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board Wednesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

New Home for Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue

Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue has officially moved to their new home at 1850 Gabrielle Court in Sheridan.

SMH Foundation Works Closely with Hospital

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation works closely with the hospital to meet the hospital's needs for funding.

Full Home Show Starts Friday

This year's Home & Garden Show at Sheridan's Holiday Inn is full.

Newton Named To Mental Health Board, MOU Approved

Mary Jo Newton was approved for a position in the Northern Wyoming Mental Health Board after a vote by the Johnson County Commissioners at their meeting this week.

Mayor Approved For Board, Meeting Time Change For P&Z

At their meeting this week the Buffalo City Council approved Mayor Shane Schrader's appointment of himself to the Buffalo Charitable Foundation.

Holy Name Launches High-Altitude Balloon

Eighth grade students of Emily Emond, who teaches science at Holy Name Catholic School, launched a high-altitude balloon from the school grounds Thursday morning.

Kinskey on House Bill 38

Per diem rates and pay in general for a legislator varies state by state. According to some sources, Wyoming’s Legislators receive some of the lowest financial compensation amounts and House Bill 38 sought to adjust just that.

Kinner Talks Grizzly Hunt Bill

It is possible that Wyoming will allow for a grizzly bear hunting season for the first time in decades now that Senate File 93 has passed all the requirements needed to become law.

SEEDA Holds Special Meeting for Kennon Grant Agreements

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The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board held a special meeting Tuesday to consider grant agreements for a project that will allow for the expansion of Kennon Products of Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Hospital Foundation Presents $100,000-Plus Check

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation presented a check for over $100,000 for equipment upgrades at the hospital at Wednesday's meeting of the hospital board of trustees.