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April 2nd, 2014

Public Can Vote for Favorite Statues

Sheridan area residents can now vote for their favorite sculpture on Main Street.

Chamber Offers Time Management Workshop

There is still time to register for the time management workshop on Thursday morning.

“Bees and Butterflies” Opens

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Even before you got there, the 'hum' of the voices hit you before you opened the doors of the Inner Circle at the library.

Tuesday was the opening day and artists' reception for the “Imagine a Planet Without Pollinators, a photography exhibit featuring the work of Molly Clark and Clair Leon.

April 1st

SHS Soccer at Gillette Friday / Spring golf opens Friday / Rockies drop two straight

BRONC / LADY BRONC SOCCER - The Bronc and Lady Bronc soccer teams are both 1-1 in conference play and will play one match this week in a double header tomorrow in Gillette matches are set for 3:00 and 5:00 pm.

Today we are highlighting the Lady Broncs, this past weekend they had the same outcomes the Broncs had, a huge shutout win at Cheyenne South followed by a shutout loss in Laramie where they fell 4-0.

Head coach Mallery Marshall says the loss at Laramie was tough to take but they are trying to make the best of that result.

A Look Back in Time: April 2, 1914

The Good Roads department of Sheridan's Commercial Club voted last evening to adopt a new name. The organization is now the Sheridan Motor and Good Roads Club. Members also voted to reorganize under such conditions that they can affiliate with the American Automobile Association.

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School District Chooses Superintendent

Johnson County School District One has made an offer to one of the three finalists for the district's Superintendent position.

Buffalo Council Approves Rec Board Grant Applications

The Buffalo City Council approved the city's grant applications to the Johnson County Recreation Board, at their meeting Tuesday.

Johnson County Discusses 'Big 5' Access

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed access to public lands known as the “Big 5” area in Northern Johnson County.
The public lands are landlocked by private land and now there is a push on to get public access to the lands through a county-owned easement on the north end of the public lands.