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Knights Return to Fairgrounds

Full-contact jousting, games and more will be happening at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds this weekend as the Knights of Mayhem return for another Tournament of Knights Saturday night.

School District 3 Budget in Line with Year Past

Sheridan County School District 3's budget for the year that started on July 1 is about the same as for last year – about $3.85 million, according to District 3 Superintendent Charles Auzqui.

Goose Creek Polo Cup Sunday

The Annual Goose Creek Polo Cup is set for Sunday at the Bighorn Equestrian Center.

Commissioners to Vote on Air Service Provider at Next Meeting

The future of air service in Sheridan County is uncertain at this point as both the City of Sheridan and Sheridan County need to decide whether they would like to keep the current provider without the state subsidies they are used to or welcome a new state selected option.

Senator Kinskey Talks Revenue Projections

Lawmakers in Wyoming have known for several months that they would be facing some big challenges in how to fund K-12 education for the coming biennium and beyond, but with the recent Blackjewel LLC bankruptcy the revenue projections have taken another hit.

UW Introduces Pharmacy Early Decision Program

The University of Wyoming School of Pharmacy will offer a new option for incoming freshmen this fall: The Pharmacy Early Decision (PED) program offers admission into the professional pharmacy program to qualified freshman applicants.

UW Trustees Adopt Presidential Search Process

The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees has approved a presidential search process that will include public listening sessions; a search committee composed of faculty, staff, students, trustees and other stakeholders; and open forums with finalists.

Bankrupt US coal company secures short-term funding

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A U.S. judge has approved funding to allow a bankrupt coal company to maintain basic operations for a few days.

Coal bankruptcy ruling could mean $30M hit to Wyoming county

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GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming county could lose out on over $30 million in mineral production taxes owed by a bankrupt coal company following a decision by a judge.

Wyoming News Update

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CONTRACTOR ARRESTED

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming home construction contractor has been arrested after skipping a court appearance on police claims that he stole $50,000 worth of property from his landlord.

SheridanWyoming.com

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