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April 17th, 2014

Leaders Approve Historic Highway Annex

An ordinance annexing a portion of historic U.S. Highway 14 passed second reading before Ranchester's Town Council at the meeting Tuesday evening.

Ranch Sustainability Forum Set for May

Padlock Ranch Chief Executive Officer Wayne Fahsholtz is one of the organizers of the forum. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The schedule has been released for Sheridan County's first annual Ranch Sustainability seminar. The event's been set for May 12-14 at the Padlock Ranch and Sheridan College.

Yellowstone Park Roads Open

For the first time since the fall, visitors to Yellowstone National Park will be able to drive to see Old Faithful and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone starting Friday morning.

April 16th

A Look Back in Time: April 17, 1914

Sheridan's Painters' Union local 996 hosted an informal dinner last night at the Palace cafe.

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Severe Weather Awareness Week

(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)

Next week has been designated Severe Weather Awareness Week for Wyoming by the National Weather Service. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

County to Begin Applying Mag Chloride Next Week

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The Sheridan County Public Works Road and Bridge Department is scheduled to apply magnesium chloride on a number of county roads next week.

Local Student Advances to Next Level of Talent Competition

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Sheridan High School student Lachlan Brennan recently won first place in the Kiwanis Stars of Tomorrow District competition held in Riverton. Lachlan's performance of the third movement of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata landed him first prize for division one.

Library Opts Out, YMCA Gets Funds For Survey

The Johnson County Library reported to the county commissioners at their meeting this week that they do not wish to participate in the survey of public opinion that will be conducted by the YMCA.

Madden Seeks Another Term

State Representative Mike Madden

State Representative Mike Madden, in a news release Tuesday, announced he is seeking another term to serve as Representative of House District 40, which encompasses all of Johnson County and the eastern portion of Sheridan County.