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October 24th, 2013

County Creates Emergency Team

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly is currently working to build a Damage Assessment Team with the help of Buffalo's Building Inspector.

County Commission On Ownership Of Lands

Land ownership on three parcels in southern Johnson County was discussed by the county commissioners at their last meeting.
The three parcels had recently been discovered to belong to the county, which had acquired them because of unpaid back taxes.

Rams and Eagles to End the Regular Season

(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Big Horn Rams will host the Tongue River Eagles in the last regular season football game for both teams. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the preview.

Open House Set For Retiring G&F Official

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We reported earlier this month that longtime Wyoming Game and Fish employee Warren Mischke would be retiring in early November after 36 years with the department, 18 of which were in Sheridan as the regional information specialist.

Local Brew Now Available in Stores

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Earlier this year, The Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan began canning their award winning brew. Recently, one of those brews has started showing up for purchase at several liquor stores in Sheridan as well as other establishments around the region.

Last Free Weekend for Fall Cleanup at the Landfill

City of Sheridan residents along with those in the county continue to clean up the mess that resulted from the fall snowstorm that occurred earlier this month. This weekend is the last free weekend at the city landfill for those hauling away their fallen trees or branches.

Thursday 10-24-13

Senior Center / School District #2

Classes Cover Buffalo Bill, Super Heroes, Obamacare

Anyone who's willing to take the drive to Gillette this weekend can get in on a free day of college-level classes on Buffalo Bill, Super Heroes and Obamacare.

Superintendent Wants Graduation Mandate

Superintendent Craig Dougherty of District 2 in Sheridan said a recent meeting with state legislators was important because he had a chance to discuss upcoming bills that could effect education.