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March 27th, 2015

Numbers Released on 'No Confidence Vote'

Nearly 70 percent of the employees of Sheridan County School District 1 voted that they have “no confidence” in District Superintendent Marty Kobza, according to Judy Trohkimoinen.

Forge-In Underway in Sheridan

Fifteen blacksmith artists from Sheridan County and elsewhere in Wyoming participated in the opening day Friday of the Wyoming Artist Blacksmith Forge-In on Leopard Street in Sheridan.

College Hosts Festival of Cultures

Sheridan residents could sample foods from 10 countries, listen to a mixed culture of music, and learn to dance and make origami at Sheridan College on Friday night.

A Look Back in Time: March 28, 1915

Judge and Mrs. Metz charmingly entertained the officials of the Holly Sugar company at dinner recently.

People Can Walk, Jump for a Cause

Ace Young of RENEW, which is the Rehabilitation Enterprises of North Eastern Wyoming organization, stopped by the Sheridan Media station this morning to remind listeners about the Walk for Disability Awareness event planned for Saturday in Sheridan.

President’s Words Resonate with Sheridan Student

A trip to the White House left an indelible mark on the mind of a student from Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Wildlife Officials Host Bear Awareness Seminars

Now that spring has arrived, which means bears are emerging from their dens, wildlife officials have set educational workshops across the state to help people, as they pitch it, be “bear aware.”

Avian Influenza Detected in Wyoming

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State officials received confirmation this week that the highly pathogenic H-5-N-2 avian influenza strain has been identified in a Canada goose found near Cheyenne. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has more on the story.

State Files Suit Against Fracking Rule Changes

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead took action Thursday against the Bureau of Land Management’s effort to regulate hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking”.

Deadline for Commissioner Scholarships is Approaching

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The Board of Commissioners for Sheridan County is offering three $1,000 scholarships that are available to all 2015 high school graduates within Sheridan County. County Commissioner Mike Nickel.