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November 7th, 2011

Jo Co Commission Approves Small County Projects

Johnson County Commission

Johnson County Sanitarian Rick Durfee spoke to the commissioners at their last meeting, reporting on projects at Lake DeSmet and the courthouse, and requested approval for a snow plow attachment.

November 7th

Joyce Duvall Fundraiser Saturday

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Joyce Duvall with grandson Shane.

You have to give the folks of Sheridan a lot of credit. When one of us hurts, for the most part, all of us hurt.

Heart Before the Horse

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Renee Siahpush

Hana Creek Acres, west of Big Horn, played host for three demonstrations over the weekend to introduce folks to the benefits of equine-assisted psychotherapy.

Council to Consider Endorsement of Coal Gasification Project

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Council to Consider Endorsement of Coal Gasification Project

The Sheridan City Council this evening will consider a resolution endorsing the NERD Coal Gasification project that will convert Powder River Basin coal by gasification into synthesis gas for use in power generation and conversion into liquid fuels and chemicals.

Hunters Have Plenty of Bird Hunting Opportunities in Northeast Wyoming

Sheridan resident Ron Mischke after a successful pheasant hunt in northeast Wyoming. (Photo Courtesy of the Game and Fish)

Now that big game hunting seasons are winding down in northeast Wyoming it's time for hunter to focus on the abundant bird hunting opportunities in our area. Over the weekend, pheasant season opened for Sheridan Johnson and Campbell counties.

Koch Funding Climate Change Deniers: Mixed Success

(WY News Service) -- A study from the Colorado Independent finds that efforts from Kansas-based Koch brothers to push oil and gas development and play down climate change are finding mixed results.

Uranium Mining Renaissance for Wyoming?

While uranium mining is becoming more regulated across the U.S., Wyoming is seeing a boom in the industry across the state.

November 5th

Representative Lummis: It's Time to “Cowboy Up” on Debt Crisis

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis recently appeared on Fox News to discuss the debt crisis that lawmakers are struggling with. Lummis said that with the debt going up everyday, it's time for the Congressional budget supercommittee to “Cowboy Up”.

November 4th

Finley Changes Plea in District Court

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Finley Changes Plea in District Court

A change of plea hearing was held Friday in 4th Judicial District Court for 24-year-old Sheridan resident Jamison Finley.

West Bound Lanes of I-90 Re-Opening South of Sheridan

A landslide on Interstate 90 south of Sheridan has been repaired. (Photo Courtesy of WYDOT)

The Wyoming Department of Transportation issued a media release that states that the West bound lanes of I-90 south of Sheridan have been re-opened to traffic and normal two-way, two-lane interstate traffic has resumed.