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February 26th, 2015

Legislator Remains on Oxygen

Sheridan County legislator John Patton, of Sheridan, remained on oxygen in the intensive care unit of a Cheyenne hospital on Wednesday night.

February 26th

Congress Caused Sheridan Airport’s Loss of Carrier Subsidy

The Sheridan County Commission approved a grant agreement with the U.S. Department of Transportation recently for a half a million dollars that would provide a revenue guarantee for a new carrier to serve the county-owned airport in Sheridan.

Hospital Board Votes to Move Forward on Expansions

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees have voted to move forward on two projects that are expected to improve services to the Sheridan facility's patients.

Science Bill Headed for Governor's Office

A measure championed by Wyoming Rep. John Patton of Sheridan, that clears the way for a state study of next-generation science standards, passed the House and Senate this week.

Chamber Holds Annual Membership Meeting

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The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held its yearly membership meeting which included the Chamber’s annual report Wednesday night at the Sheridan Best Western. Chief Executive Officer, Dixie Johnson, explains.

Braving the Cold for the Sheridan Ice Show

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Local ice skaters braved the cold to perform for the community. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

UW Officials Watching Budget Closely

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University of Wyoming Director of Institutional Communications Chad Baldwin was a call-in guest for our news talk show Public Pulse Wednesday to discuss the supplemental budget, which is currently being developed during the legislative session ongoing in Cheyenne.

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Johnson County Takes Care Of Miscellaneous Business

Johnson County's Commissioners acted on numerous smaller items at their last meeting, agreeing to act as an account guarantee, making an appointment to a board, and approving a funding application for a conservation easement transfer.

Buffalo Mayor Signs Lease Agreement With YMCA

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson asked for and was approved to sign the lease agreement between the city and the Johnson County Family YMCA for them to use the old city-owned archery building near the outdoor pool at Washington Park.