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July 15th, 2014

Sheridan Troopers Vs Alumni

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Photos taken and submitted by Amy Martini

July 14th

Deadline Nears for Fair Entries

Organizers of the Johnson County Fair and Rodeo say make sure to submit open class exhibits before the upcoming deadline.

Troopers win, final home date tomorrow night / Football - Soccer - Volleyball youth camps / Hoffman days coming in August

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers beat Laramie Monday afternoon 10-2 and will play their final home date of the season tomorrow.

The Troops banged out 13 hits with Connor McCafferty going four for four with a triple and three singles.

Blake Godwin started the game and got the win with relief help from McCafferty Head coach Ben Phillips says it was a good solid victory.

Godwin started the game and had a good outing keeping the troops in through six innings.

Kinskey to be Sworn In

The swearing-in ceremony for Senator-Elect Dave Kinskey of Sheridan will be held this morning, at 8:30, in the Senate Chambers of the Wyoming Capitol in Cheyenne.

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A Look Back in Time: July 15, 1914

Residents of Sheridan and Clearmont will receive Bozeman Trail markers courtesy of the state of Wyoming before the end of summer.

First Wave from Queen Van Leuven

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Prior to Saturday's final rodeo performance the Sheridan WYO Rodeo Royalty for 2015 was announced and Sheridan's 21-year Bailie Van Leuven stepped forward to receive the hat tiera crown and rodeo queen sash before mounting her horse, Opie, for her first wave as the 2015 Sheridan WYO Rodeo Queen. Scroll down to see more of the royalty.

Building Inspector Reports to City Council

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades, in his report to the city council, gave a written recap of what his office had done for the previous year.

Planning Commission Approves Minor Subdivision

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission approved the Cloud Peak Ranch 18th filing minor subdivision Monday night. The applicant, System Land, LLC, requested to subdivide just under 11 acres into two lots, zoned R-3 residential.

County Commission Briefs From Last Meeting

At their last meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners approved and signed a “Contract For Services” between themselves and the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and provided $5,000 to the chamber to help with costs associated with the upcoming Longmire Days celebration.