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February 4th, 2016

Social Agencies Reps Learn about RENEW

Photo by Leslie Stratmoen

Carrie Pilcher who introduced herself as a certified brain injury specialist for Rehabilitation Enterprises of North Eastern Wyoming, or RENEW, presented the lunch program Wednesday for the Council of Social Agencies.

February 3rd

School District #2 Opposes Student Data Privacy, Transparency Bill

The recent Legislative Forum in Sheridan gave officials with Sheridan County School District #2 the opportunity to voice their approval, or in this case, disapproval of proposed legislation.

Hospital Trustees Adopt New Vision Mission Statement

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The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board of Trustees met for their monthly meeting Wednesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Chamber Issues Merchant Alert for Counterfeit $100 Bills

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The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce issued a merchant alert Wednesday that the Sheridan Police Department had notified them of several high-quality counterfeit $100 bills circulating around Sheridan.

Five Sheridan county athletes sign on the dotted line Wednesday / Cowgirls hammer AFA / SHS Hoops v Gillette Friday

NATIONAL SIGNING DAY - Wednesday was national signing day for high school athletes to sign letters of intent for colleges.

Five Sheridan county athletes signed yesterday, two for Black Hills state, two and the University of Wyoming and one at Northern Colorado.

Big Horn Senior Collin Powers signed to play football at Black Hills state yesterday as did Lady Bronc Senior Jamy Shassetz, Shasstez will play soccer she says it's been a life long dream to play college soccer.

Next Level Committee Meets

A steering committee whose goal is to boost high school graduation levels in Sheridan met Wednesday to review activities and set goals for the next three months.

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County OK's Budget Amendment Adding Grant Funds

Commission Chairman Bill Novotny

Resolution No. 531, amending the annual budget to add Fund 17 Grant money to it, was approved by the Johnson County Commissioners at this week's meeting.

Buffalo Council Approves Water Tap For County Resident

Buffalo's City Council has approved a water tap for city water, as requested by a resident in the county.

Harry Washut, who owns property southeast of Bloedorn Lumber, came before the council to request the tap and allow him to use city water.

Longmire Days Dates Set For 2016

Longmire cast.

The announcement came on Wednesday from the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and Craig Johnson, creator of the book series that has turned into a popular television series.

The Fifth Annual Longmire Days will be happening this July 8th, 9th and 10th in Buffalo.