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February 26th, 2015

Two Local Parks to Receive Watershed Signage

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Officials with the Sheridan County Conservation District announced that Kendrick Park and the South Park Recreation Area, both located in Sheridan, will be equipped with informational signage about the Goose Creek Watershed.

Burns: “Guns in Schools” Should Be Local Decision

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Sen. Bruce Burns at the Legislative Forum, held at the Sheridan City Hall in November, Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

Legislation that would allow concealed weapons in Wyoming schools, government meetings and athletic events saw numerous amendments in the Senate Education Committee this week.

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'Elegant Evening Of Jazz' Tonight at BHS

“An Elegant Evening of Jazz” will be presented tonight at Buffalo High School, a fundraiser to benefit the Jazz Band and Balladiers musical groups at the school.

Buffalo Council Addresses Smaller Items

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The Buffalo City Council discussed a number of lesser issues at their last meeting, ranging from outsourcing sanitation services to an appointment to a city board.

Hospital Administrator Updates Board On Building Project

JCHC nursing home under construction.

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees heard the latest on the 2018 building project from Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward at their monthly meeting this week.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 27, 1915

J.L. Horton of Clearmont is a visitor in Sheridan today.

WyDOT Finishes Bridge, Fixes Slides, Bids Interchange

Ronda Holwell with the Wyoming Department of Transportation appeared on our news talk show Public Pulse show this week to provide an update on Sheridan projects.

Locals Included in Governors Board, Commission Nominations

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has submitted his recommendations for several state boards and commissions. Among the nominees are several from the local area.

Film Depicts Campbell's Alzheimer's Journey

A film to be previewed tonight in Sheridan focuses on the journey of a legendary performer's battle with a deadly disease. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.