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Recovery Effort For Missing Child Resumes Saturday

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek announced this afternoon that the recovery effort for Chevell Boshaw-Evans, the girl who fell through the ice at Powder River February 9th, will resume this Saturday.

Kozisek gives us more details.

Supreme Court Justices Come to Sheridan

Wyoming's Supreme Court justices are expected in Sheridan in April for events that will include hearing an actual court case at Sheridan High School.

Hotel Owner Says No One Injured in Crash

No one was injured in the crash that damaged a room at Sheridan's Mill Inn Hotel this past weekend.

County Continues Dust Abatement Agreement

Sheridan County will continue its air quality control efforts by suppressing the dust on county roads as per a continued agreement with the Wyoming Department of Transportation.

Commission Approves Airport Land Purchase, Service Grant

The Sheridan County Commission approved a land purchase today to expand a runway at the Sheridan airport and a grant agreement for air service. The action was taken during the regular meeting of the commission.

Update Expected on Mill Inn crash

We do expect to have an update today on the weekend incident in which a vehicle crashed through the Mill Inn motel in Sheridan, damaging one of the rooms.

Local Senator Explains ‘Nay’ Vote on Medicaid Expansion

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The Wyoming Senate last week voted down a bill intended to expand Medicaid in the state. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Council Considers Curbside Recycling, Aquatic Center Proposal

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The Sheridan City Council tonight will be tasked with the decision of whether to implement a city-wide residential curbside recycling program.

Moose Survey Completed for Hunter Area 34

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently conducted a winter moose survey in Hunt Area 34, west of Buffalo. According to a release from the Game and Fish, the survey objective was to gather information on current moose numbers in the area as well as herd composition.

College, School Trustees Talk

Topics from enrollments to alternative high schools to construction projects were on the table Monday night in a meeting of trustees from Sheridan County School District 1 and the Northern Wyoming Community College district.

SheridanWyoming.com

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