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Johnson County Schools Move to 4 1/2 Day Weeks in 2020-21

Schools in Johnson County School District 1 will go to a 4.5-day week next year, after the school board voted to approve the recommendation of the calendar committee.

WYO Gala Encore Performances Thurs-Sun

The Sheridan WYO Theater is celebrating its 30th Season and the Annual Gala Fundraiser happened Saturday night. For those unable to attend the performance of Catch Me If You Can on the Gala night, there are still four more chances.

Harry Potter Activities at the Fulmer

Harry Potter themed events have taken the Sheridan Fulmer Library by storm this week with an essay contest and a scavenger hunt yesterday and today respectively.

Y’s Annual Give Your Heart to a Child Campaign Kicks Off Today

The Sheridan County YMCA’s Annual Give Your Heart to a Child Campaign will get underway today.

Council Receives Special Election Update

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The special election on Charter Ordinance #2202, the City Administrator Ordinance, is set to take place in Sheridan on Tuesday, November 5.

Sheridan Start-Up Challenge Finalists- ‘Purpose Physical Therapy’

We begin our series today highlighting the five finalists for this year’s Sheridan Start-Up Challenge entrepreneur competition sponsored by the Wyoming Technology Business Center in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Local Agencies Receive Grant Funding

Wyoming Community Foundation Sheridan/Johnson Local Board President Donna Kinskey recently presented grant checks to a couple of local nonprofit agencies.

Wyoming's economic growth may be slowing down

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A new report indicates Wyoming's economic growth has started to show subtle signs of slowing.

Deal for Wyoming mines called best-case for idled miners

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Two of the biggest U.S. coal mines have been sold, raising the possibility that hundreds of miners in Wyoming could return to work almost four months after the owner of the mines filed for bankruptcy protection.

Wyoming News Update

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COAL MINES SOLD

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Two of the biggest U.S. coal mines have been sold, raising the possibility that miners in Wyoming could return to work.

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