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October 29th, 2015

Access Disagreement Delays New Ramaco Mine

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A legal dispute over surface access is continuing to delay a company's plans to open a new coal mine in Sheridan County, leaving them in legal limbo.

Lummis Rallies Behind New House Speaker Ryan

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Wyoming’s lone Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis says she’s looking forward to returning power to individual members and committees through the election of Paul Ryan as Speaker of the House. Ryan is a former GOP vice-presidential candidate.

October 29th

Collaborative High School

The Collaborative High School is an idea that has been in the works for a little over a year now.

Keeping the Boils and Ghouls Safe on Halloween

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With Halloween falling on a Saturday this year, there will no doubt be more little ghouls and goblins than usual taking to the streets in an effort to gather as much candy as they can.

UW Programs Lead STEM Students to Teaching Careers

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Two University of Wyoming programs offer funding to help science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM majors, in becoming elementary or secondary school teachers.

Haunted House Offers Thrills, Chills

Mysterious events are under way at an old house here in Sheridan. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the details.

Library Director Makes Changes

As Sheridan Media reported earlier, Judy Slack, who is director of the Wyoming Room at Sheridan County Fulmer Library in Sheridan, is retiring.

Nursing Homes Host Halloween Parties

Children of all ages can start their Halloween celebration Friday night at two of Sheridan's senior facilities.

Buffalo Wildfire Has Been Snuffed Out

A wildfire burning for nearly a week northwest of Buffalo through timbered, steep terrain is out. Marilyn Connolly of the Johnson County emergency management office made the declaration regarding the Twin Peaks Fire late yesterday.

Man Pleads Guilty to Threatening Trooper With Knife

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A Gillette man has pleaded guilty to charges in connection to threatening a Wyoming State Trooper and other people with a knife.