Archive - Mar 2018

March 26th

Bennett Will Run for County Attorney Position

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Earlier this month, Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle announced that he would not be running for a ninth term as County Attorney.

Japanese Speaker to Discuss ‘Trump’s America on World Stage’ at UW

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A well-known Japanese professor, author and columnist will discuss “How Japan is Adapting to Trump’s America on the World Stage” Wednesday, March 28, at the University of Wyoming.

UW Board of Trustees Concludes Evaluation of President

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The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees issued the following statement at the conclusion of its three-day meeting Friday:

Senator Kinskey: Leadership Needs to Set the Tone

Today we hear from one of our local senators about how political leadership will play a big role in the future of Wyoming. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Secretary of Wyoming GOP Resigns

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Wyoming Republican Party Secretary Charles Curley has resigned due to an incident in February that resulted in him being charged with Simple Assault.

Sheridan to Host History Day Competitions

More than 60 students from five schools and three counties will compete in this year's regional Wyoming History Day Competition in Sheridan Wednesday.

Schools to Dismiss Early on Good Friday

Classes in Sheridan County School District 2, which are the schools in Sheridan and Story Elementary in Story, will dismiss early Friday for the Good Friday holiday.

Forward Sheridan to Host Tech Summit in April

Forward Sheridan will host its seventh tech summit next month.

Ed Buchanan settling into secretary of state's office

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — In early February, Ed Buchanan's time in politics appeared to be behind him. Buchanan stepped down from his post in the Legislature in 2012 after serving for nearly 10 years, culminating in a term as Speaker of the House.

Wyoming oil, gas lease sale nets about $20 million

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A Bureau of Land Management oil and gas lease sale in Wyoming has netted nearly $20 million.

Wyoming will get about half the proceeds from the sale.