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Johnson County Accepts Funds For Mentor Program

Johnson County's Commissioners approved and accepted $5,000 in additional grant funding from the Wyoming Department of Family Services to be used for the county's mentoring program.

Ringley Presents History of Eatons' Ranch

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended a special history presentation Monday morning, and provides the details.

Budget Work Session Focuses on Utilities Department

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During the latest Sheridan City Council budget work session, City of Sheridan Utilities Manager Dan Roberts painted a budget picture that’s been consistent with all of the other departments within the City.

City of Sheridan to Begin Chip Seal Project Tuesday

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Crews with the City of Sheridan will begin chip sealing various streets throughout the city beginning Tuesday. City Operations Superintendent Mathers Heuck runs down the schedule of streets that will be affected.

Powder River Basin Resource Council Hires New Executive Director

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The Powder River Basin Resource Council's current Executive Director, Kevin Lind, is retiring at the end of the month and Marc Sanson will replace him starting this week.

Fairgrounds Improvements

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The Sheridan WYO Rodeo Board and the Gold Buckle Club have invested $685,000 to make improvements at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds that will heighten the experience of the WYO Rodeo, and other events at the fairgrounds.

Community Gathering to Celebrate New YMCA Aquatic Center

On Thursday night, hundreds gathered at the M&M Center Ice Rink for the Community Dinner for the YMCA Aquatic Center.

Fire in Downer Addition Was Not Started by a Controlled Burn

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Deputy Sheriff Mike Mullikin said that the juvenile that started the fire was issued a citation and will be appearing in court.

Historian Talks About Mountain Men

The state of Wyoming hosted a special program this week. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

Gordon: Wyoming Better Off Than Some

Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon says Wyoming is extraordinarily fortunate, and better off than some other energy-producing states in the nation in terms of available funds.