Archive - Apr 2018 - News

April 24th

Wyoming Joins The Nation In Celebrating Travel and Tourism

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Governor Matt Mead will be signing a proclamation to designate May 6-12 as National Travel and Tourism Week in Wyoming. The signing will take place at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens on Monday at 2pm. Mead says this is important because travel and tourism is Wyoming’s second-largest industry.

Arney Will Not Seek Election for a Fourth Term

Come January, Sheridan County 4th Judicial District Court will look a little different as Clerk Nickie Arney has announced that she will not seek a fourth term.

April 23rd

Cram to Run for Re-Election

Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram has announced that he intends to run for re-election this fall. During his tenure, Cram said he is proud to say that he and the other commissioners have had many accomplishments.

Design Workshop Underway in Sheridan

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A consulting firm from Colorado is in town working with staff with the City of Sheridan to develop a plan for the Downtown Sheridan Streetscape project. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Contract Negotiations Between City, Firefighters Resume

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After putting contract negotiations on hold temporarily last month, the City of Sheridan and the International Association of Firefighters Local #276 were set to resume those negotiations prior to the Council’s last regularly scheduled meeting on April 16.

UW Undergraduate Research Day Scheduled April 28

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More than 500 University of Wyoming students will participate in the 18th annual Wyoming Undergraduate Research Day Saturday, April 28.

County Residents Can Request Absentee Ballots Now

Sheridan County residents who want to vote absentee in the upcoming county elections can put in a request now for an absentee ballot.

Family of slain Casper man says deadly force wasn't needed

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The family of a man shot and killed by Casper police in February says he was carrying a toy sword and didn't pose a threat that required deadly force.

Wyoming trooper fired at but not injured

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Highway Patrol says a 46-year-old man led police on a high-speed chase during which he shot at pursuing officers and threw beer cans at them.

Wyoming News Update

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