Archive - Mar 29, 2018 - News

Biteman Announces Run for State Senate

Sheridan County resident Bo Biteman has announced that he will run for a seat on the Wyoming Senate. Currently, Biteman is the State Representative for House District 51.

When I’m 64 Series Talks Social Security

On Tuesday, the Hub in Sheridan will continue their “When I’m 64” series with a chat about social security.

Sheridan PD on Mental Health

Law Enforcement Officials nationwide come into contact with individuals that are experiencing mental health difficulties.

UW Law Students Make History in National Negotiations Competition

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Two University of Wyoming College of Law students earned recognition at the National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) Nelson Mandela International Negotiations Competition in Brooklyn, N.Y., earlier this month.

Agreement of Acceptance for West 5th Signed by Mayor Miller

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After action taken by the Sheridan City Council to authorize Mayor Roger Miller to sign an agreement of acceptance form from the Wyoming Department of Transportation, the City has officially taken over ownership of a section of West 5th Street. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

G&F to Host Aquatic Invasive Species Training Sessions

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be hosting three aquatic invasive species training sessions in the Sheridan region in the near future.

Open House for New Forest Supervisor

The Bighorn National Forest will be hosting three open houses in April to give the public a chance to meet new Forest Supervisor Andrew K. Johnson.

Treasurer Speaks on CPP

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Last Wednesday, Wyoming Treasurer Mark Gordon spoke about the repeal of the Clean Power Plan (CPP). Gordon brought up points such as the compliance cost of repealing this plan. The cost would be approximately 33 billion dollars.

Casper police officers likely to start wearing body cameras

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Officers with the Casper Police Department will likely begin wearing body cameras this summer in an effort to increase police transparency.

Lawsuit claims hospital's negligence caused boy's death

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The family of a 15-month-old boy has filed a lawsuit against a Cheyenne hospital, claiming its negligence caused the child's death.