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Yellowstone Offers Free Admission

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Yellowstone National Park is joining all National Park Service sites this weekend by waiving admission fees, from Saturday through Monday, in observance of Presidents’ Day, which is Monday.

Legislative Session Reaches Crossover

Today was the crossover period for bills in the Wyoming legislature meaning that any bill that did not pass third reading in the house of origin by today is dead.

Recovery Effort For Missing Child Suspended

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek held a news conference this evening at the Johnson County Justice Center to announce that the recovery effort for 4 year-old Chevell Boshaw-Evans has been suspended.

Companies Offer Business Start-up Services

Three representatives from companies focused on helping businesses become successful were the featured speakers at today’s monthly luncheon hosted by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

Legislature Kills Wyoming Medicaid Expansion Bills

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The Wyoming Senate voted down Medicaid expansion today, ending the latest chapter in a multi-year effort to consider the program.

Racing to Get Sheridan Speedway Up and Ready

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News that the Sheridan Speedway, after years of laying dormant, will be up and running by spring has made national headlines.

Missing Girl Search Now Recovery Mission

The search for the 4-year-old girl who fell through the ice on the Powder River on Sunday night turned into a recovery mission by Tuesday afternoon.

The Great Vaccination Debate

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The recent outbreak of measles in the United States has spurred the debate of whether the decision to vaccinate children against measles and other diseases should be left up to parental choice. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Senator Enzi Accepting Applications for Summer Page

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming is encouraging Wyoming high school students to apply to be a Senate page for one of the summer sessions in Washington DC.

Conservation District Keeps Watch on Local Streams

The Sheridan County Conservation District collects samples and monitors the water quality of more than 120 miles of streams in Sheridan County.

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