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September 29th, 2014

Sheridan County School District 1 Wins $53K Technology Grant

Sheridan County’s School District 1 has accepted a $53,000 technology grant from the Wyoming Department of Education that will advance WiFi capabilities throughout all schools in the district.

Farmers' Market and Fall Festival

Grinnell Plaza in downtown Sheridan will be transformed into a market of sorts this Saturday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Economic Development Board Changes Meeting Schedule

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board has elected to change their regularly scheduled monthly meetings to be held quarterly. SEEDA Administrator Robert Briggs explains the change.

UW Researcher Observes Temperature Variability

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A researcher at the University of Wyoming has found that the daily and nightly differences in temperatures worldwide are fast approaching yearly differences between summer and winter temperatures.

Construction Continues on Fire Damaged County Attorney’s Office

Sheridan County’s Administrative Director Renee Obermueller gave a construction update this morning on the county attorney’s office during a meeting with commissioners.

Driver of Stolen Vehicles in Court; More Charges Pending

Micah LaCunza appeared in Sheridan County Circuit Court on Monday afternoon on citations including driving under the influence, reckless driving and eluding.

Election Clerk Prefers to Count Absentees Last

Sheridan County Election Clerk Brenda Kekich prefers to hold the absentee vote count until all county precincts results have been tallied on election night.

Macha Family Sets Up Facebook Page

The family of Charles J. Macha has established a Facebook page, the Macha Family Tree from Wyoming.

Hospital Board to Meet Wednesday

Trustees of Sheridan Memorial Hospital will consider action on an unbudgeted capital equipment request at their meeting this week.

Senator, Commissioners Talk About Air Service, Bills

As part of his mission to learn the concerns facing the counties he represents, State Senator Dave Kinskey of Sheridan stopped by a staff meeting today to talk with the commissioners of Sheridan County.