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December 4th

Bond Reduction Denied for Alleged Batterer

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Prior to a pre-trial conference in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan Thursday for 37-year-old Arapaho Oldman, a motion for a bond reduction filed by defense attorney Angela Long was denied by District Court Judge John Fenn. Oldman is charged with felony domestic battery.

Hill Praises Local School Districts

Cindy Hill says while some schools nationwide are having problems meeting federal No Child Left Behind requirements, Wyoming schools are doing well.

Kalif Kids Christmas Party is Saturday

Sheridan's Kalif Shrine will host the annual Kids Christmas Party from 9 until 2 Saturday.

Police Kill 18 Problem Deer in Sheridan

A total of 18 deer have been killed in Sheridan by local police in the past couple of weeks as part of the department's deer mitigation plan.

New Medical Offices a Priority

A new medical office building is a major priority for Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

Theater Guild Presents Christmas Concert

The carriage house at the historic Kendrick Mansion in Sheridan will be filled with music for the holidays. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

December 3rd

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

County Vacates Apartments on Proposed Library Expansion Site

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed moving forward with vacating the Adams Avenue Apartments in preparation for beginning the expansion project for the Johnson County Library.

Buffalo Council Passes Fence Ordinance Changes

Buffalo's City Council passed on third reading Ordinance No. 1374, which cleans up wording pertaining to the existing Ordinance on fences.

Local Representative Talks Education

When state lawmakers convene in Cheyenne next month for the 2015 Legislative Session, education will once again be an issues that comes to the forefront.