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Councilman Files for Reelection

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Longtime Sheridan City Councilman Bob Webster has filed for reelection for the two-year unexpired term that was created when former Councilman Levi Dominguez resigned in January.

Gov. Makes Sheridan Media First Stop

As part of his visit to Sheridan today, Wyoming's Gov. Matt Mead stopped by the Sheridan Media station for a live interview with Kim Love on Public Pulse. To listen to the show, click here.

Unpluggers Go Bats for Biking, Camping

The Sheridan Community Land Trust's unplugged events that are designed to entice students into the wild away from their electronic devices continue today with Goose Creek Ecology.

Software Developers Place 1st in Challenge

Two local software developers teamed up with friends to enter a contest in Denver hoping to learn something new and wound up winning the competition.

No Decision Yet On Big Five Access

A discussion on access to the Big Five public lands area in Northern Johnson County was conducted at the county commissioner's meeting Tuesday morning in Buffalo.

U.S. 14A Opens for Summer Thursday

The Wyoming Department of Transportation issued a media release stating that U.S. 14A will open for the summer at noon Thursday. Burgess Junction crews have broken through and met up with crews from Lovell.

Chief Moves Into Past President Spot

Sheridan’s Police Chief Rich Adriaens moves into the past president spot, now, for the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police.

Commission Discusses 'Big 5' Access

The Johnson County commissioners will discuss access to what's known as the “Big 5” public lands area in the northern part of the county with landowner Kim Love at today's regular meeting.

It's Time to "Unplug"

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The first in a week-long series of events to get families disconnected from 'screens' and spending time outdoors together began Monday.

National Public Works Week

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In 1960, the United States Senate passed a resolution affirming the first National Public Works Week. In 1962, President John F. Kennedy signed a Presidential Proclamation to recognize the occasion annually in May.