Sheridan Media Week in Review

(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)

A Sheridan High School student is leading a re-energized effort to get the Sheridan Speedway up and running. It's less than a mile from the center of town and was once a bustling racing hub, but for the most part the Sheridan Speedway has been forgotten.

But Spencer Porden, a junior at Sheridan High School, hasn't forgotten. He's spearheading an effort to repair, renovate and revamp the speedway.

Mother Nature forced organizers to move the Memorial Day Ceremony indoors to the Sheridan VA Medical Center auditorium. Retired Master Sargent James Craig talked about the young men and women who serve.

During their monthly Board of Trustees meeting, Sheridan Memorial Hospital Chief Financial Officer Ed Johlman discussed how bad dept expense is playing a role in the Hospital experiencing declining revenues.

On Friday, the Wyoming Secretary of State's Office announced that the petition filed earlier this week in regards to a proposed referendum on Senate Enrolled Act 1, originally known as Senate File 104, did not have the number of signatures required by the Wyoming Constitution. Senate Enrolled Act 1 is legislation that was passed during the last session that essentially stripped Superintendent Cindy Hill of her duties as head of the state Education Department. The Wyoming Constitution Party sponsored the proposed referendum effort.

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