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June 18th, 2019

Wyoming News Update

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A 26-year-old man accused of abducting a 1-year-old child and assaulting the child's pregnant mother has pleaded not guilty in a Wyoming court.

A Look Back in Time: June 19, 1919

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on June 19, 1919.

District 1 Superintendent Salary, Benefits Set

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees approved the salary and benefits package for School Superintendent Pete Kilbride and approved salary schedules for the district's other employees Tuesday night.

Buffalo Passes $14 Million Budget on Third and Final Reading

The Buffalo City Council approved Ordinance No. 1400 during their regular Tuesday meeting, adopting the annual budget for fiscal year 2020 on third and final reading with no changes from the second reading.

Sheridan County Approves Hopefuls to Boards, Commissions

A number of applicants to local boards and commissions were considered and then approved by Sheridan County's Commissioners at their Tuesday meeting.

Johnson County Awards Second Year Scholarship

Johnson County's Commissioners have awarded their Second Year Scholarship to Ryan Walker.

Housing Costs Affecting Habitat's Ability to Help

Increasing housing costs and growing income inequality is impacting Habitat for Humanity's ability to fulfill the goal of getting families into homes they can afford.

Hub Holds 'Solstice Party'

The Hub on Smith Street is hosting a Summer Solstice Party on Thursday.

Gov. Gordon Signs Equal Pay Day Proclamation

Governor Mark Gordon signed Wyoming's Equal Pay Day proclamation earlier this week in the Kendrick Gallery in Cheyenne.

Engage a Sage Program at Farmers Markets This Summer

The Hub on Smith in Sheridan has teamed up with the Downtown Sheridan Association to present a new program during the Farmers Markets this summer.