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Lummis Says Mineral Royalties, Wolf Bills Critical

Cynthia Lummis, Wyoming’s sole representative in the United States House of Representatives, said this week saw the introduction of two bipartisan bills that are "critical to the state"-- a mineral royalty bill and a wolf bill.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 14, 1915

An event of more than ordinary importance occurred last Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Johnson on North Custer street.

Stewart Makes Initial Appearance

A Sheridan County woman made her initial appearance in circuit court this week on a felony charge involving controlled substances.

Budget Discussions Continue in Cheyenne

Budget discussions continue today at the state capitol. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

New Rule from the Forest Service

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A new rule for motorized snow travel in the National Forest shouldn’t see any differences for winter use in the Big Horn National Forest.

Public Affairs Specialist Susie Douglas with the Forest Service explains.

Air Service Group Considers Options

A group formed to bring new air service to Sheridan County discussed strategies with the head of Wyoming's aeronautics division in a meeting on Thursday night.

“Watch the Birdie”

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The Inner Circle of the local library in Sheridan became a teaching center as Julie Rieder presented an interactive class on the art and science, plus fun, of bird watching, Wednesday evening.

Discussing the Goose Creek Watershed

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The Goose Creek Watershed Steering Committee met Thursday night in the Downtown Sheridan Association’s Community room, for the groups’ annual meeting.

Gearing Up For the Sheridan Ice Show

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A local team of figure skaters are preparing for a free performance later this month. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Health Official: Measles Vaccine Does Not Cause Autism

A state health official says the measles vaccine has been effective in eradicating the disease and does not cause autism. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

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