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Local Goose Creek Transit Driver Places 4th at State Competition

Sheridan’s Bill Jordan took fourth place in a state-wide competition for public transportation drivers dubbed the WyTrans Bus ROAD-EO. Jordan is a driver for Goose Creek Transit Bus Service.

Game and Fish Continue Improvements to Tongue River Canyon Area

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is making some improvements to the Tongue River Canyon Public Access Area this summer.

Wyoming State Trap Shoot Comes to Sheridan

Sheridan will host the Wyoming State Trap Shoot this year, something that only happens once every 4 years. Daniel Kucera said that the event will take place at the Sheridan County Sportsman Club.

Superintendent Balow On Education Funding Crisis

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Wyoming lawmakers continue to grapple with a projected budget shortfall in education funding of $400 million in the not so distant future.

Work on Health Care Bill Continues in the Senate

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U.S. Senator for Wyoming Mike Enzi feels the new Senate health care draft would allow for flexibility with the opportunity to make improvements to the bill. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

College for Kids

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College for Kids is an annual summer enrichment program offering sports, arts and crafts, Science, rocket building, cooking and outdoor activities.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

ZINKE-WESTERN GOVERNORS

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says removing bureaucratic obstacles to development on federal land can create jobs and offer hope to nearby communities.

Sheridan College Seeks Film Festival Hosts

Sheridan College is looking for people to host around 80 actors, writers, directors and stage personnel for this year's Wyoming Theater Festival.

Buffalo City Council Approves Boy Scout's Project

Elijah Johnson, a Boy Scout from Buffalo, was approved by the city council to work on a project on city-owned property that should earn him his Eagle Scout Badge.

County Sponsors NRCS Grant Application

Johnson County has approved themselves to act as the sponsor for a grant application for the National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), in conjunction with the Lake DeSmet Conservation District, to fund two separate watershed projects in the county.

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