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April 5th, 2015

Meadowlark Mercury Levels Indicate 'No Concerns'

Mercury levels at Meadowlark Elementary School in Buffalo showed “no indication for concern,” as samples “were well below Permissible Exposure Limits (PELs),” according to Wyoming Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Deputy Administrator Dan Bulkley.

A Look Back in Time: April 6, 1915

Articles of incorporation for the Northern Wyoming Railroad company were filed this afternoon in the secretary of state's office in Cheyenne.

School District 2 Trustees to Meet Monday

Trustees of Sheridan County School District 2 will consider establishing an endowment fund for proceeds from the sale of ten paintings by western artist Bill Gollings.

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review

April 4th

A Look Back in Time: April 5, 1915

Sheridan city commissioners have asked the county to collect just over $46,000 in taxes this year to pay for the following city expenses:

Turnout Good for Easter Hunts

For an hour or so on on Saturday morning, brightly colored plastic eggs, filled with candy, gleamed in the sunlight shining on Sheridan's Thorne-Rider Park.

Kendrick's Open

Sheridan's historic cattle baron’s mansion has opened for the season. Right now, the Kendrick Mansion is open in the afternoons, from 1-4, daily.

Wyoming Board of Education Begins Work on Science Standards

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The Wyoming Board of Education has reopened and expanded the task force assigned to review the state's K-12 science standards.

Wyoming Scores Top Marks for Candidate Information

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Wyoming ranks among the top states in the nation for the quality and timeliness of election information given to candidates for public office, according to a recently released study of state election offices.

April 3rd

One-Cent Recipient Work Sessions Continue Monday

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There is a Sheridan City Council work session scheduled Monday night for non-profit agencies in Sheridan that receive funding from the city’s optional one-cent sales tax. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.