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Legislators Provide Session Overview at Luncheon

Those attending today’s chamber luncheon in Sheridan were given a bird’s eye view of how the Wyoming legislature works during a supplemental budget session.

Planned Gas Field Risks 2,000 Wyoming Grouse

By Angus M. Thuermer Jr. | WyoFile.com

PINEDALE — A sage-grouse committee could not agree Thursday to protect newly documented grouse winter habitat, the largest in Wyoming, from gas development.

Wiest Challenges Audience to Awaken a Generation

Wyoming’s teacher of the year challenged a local audience to awaken a generation during a recent gathering at the local community college. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

County Eyes Former Big Horn Coal For Railway Expansion

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The Sheridan County Commissioners are eyeing 11,000 feet of rail siding at the former location of Big Horn Coal about seven miles north of Sheridan for a potential expansion agreement with the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway (or BNSF).

Quilts On Display At Buffalo Library

Quilts of all shapes, sizes, colors and themes are currently on display and will continue to be through the end of March at the Johnson County Library in Buffalo.

Members of 153rd Airlift Wing Return Home

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Nearly 100 members of the 153rd Airlift Wing, Wyoming Air National Guard, are now home with their families following a recent deployment to Southwest Asia. According to a news release from the State of Wyoming Military Department, the final plane returned home last week.

Library's Tween Program Back By Popular Demand

The Tween Challenge program at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is back by popular demand.

Grassroots Group Supports President’s Veto of Pipeline

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The U.S. Senate recently failed to override the President’s veto of legislation that would approve construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Reporter Hannah Stepenoff interviewed a member of a grassroots organization that is aiming to stop the pipeline from ever being built. Here is the story.

The Food Group Taco Fest

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Using her nose, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott followed the smell of fresh tacos all the way to the community college in Sheridan to brings us this story.

'Stefanie Hero' Another Hit For BHS Drama

The Buffalo High School Drama Department's spring play, “Stefanie Hero,” played to three packed houses Thursday, Friday and Saturday, according to Drama Coach Nancy Tabb, a good indication it was another hit for the young thespians.