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February 26th, 2014

County Commissioners' Briefs From Last Meeting

Johnson County's Commissioners dealt with a number of smaller items on the agenda from their last meeting.

After some discussion they re-approved Arthur "Coog" Myers and approved Dan Rogers to the Johnson County Solid Waste District Board on a vote of 2-1 with Commissioner John Gibbs voting against.

School Board Hears Update On Burritt Street Construction

Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees were given an updated time line on the Burritt Street Construction which will affect the end of this school year, but should be substantially complete before the start of the 2014-15 school year.

Wednesday 02-26-14

University of Wyoming / Author Ty Will, "The Female Veteran"

Company CEO Concerned About State Bills

The head of a local company has concerns over bills that are working their way through the state legislature. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

UPDATE: Jackalope Jump Postponed

UPDATE: Feb. 28 -- The Jackalope Jump has been postponed to March 15, due to what organizers called dangerous weather conditions.

ORIGINAL STORY: The jackalope jumpers are taking the plunge this weekend. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Ten Sleep Canyon

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Ten Sleep Canyon in the Bighorns
Photo by Andrew Tkach

Mine-Sniffing Dog Visits Sheridan

Students at Highland Park Elementary School in Sheridan were given the opportunity yesterday to see a land mine-sniffing dog in action, thanks to a state tour coordinated by Diana Enzi.

Students Compete in State Science Fair

Several students from the local area will be traveling to Laramie next week to compete in the Wyoming State Science Fair.

Teacher Praises District 2 Technology

Sheridan County School District 2 received high marks this week from its teachers in making technology available in classrooms. School District 2 includes schools in the city of Sheridan and Story Elementary.

Local Greenhouse Offers Free Workshops

Landon's Greenhouse in Sheridan is hosting two free workshops on Saturday.