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November 30th, 2011

Traffic Study Continues at Sheridan County Courthouse

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Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger

In mid October, the Sheridan County Commissioners approved to move forward with a traffic study around the County Courthouse that not only takes a look at vehicle traffic, but pedestrian traffic as well.

Barrasso's 2nd Opinion: Health Care Law to Increase Premiums in Wyoming

U.S. Senator John Barrasso

U.S. Senator John Barrasso spoke on the Senate floor Wednesday, where he reiterated his displeasure with President Obama's health care law. Barrasso said that Wyoming residents are concerned about insurance premiums going up.

Committee Hears Wyo. Redistricting Plans Next Week

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Lawmakers charged with redrawing Wyoming's legislative districts say they expect to hash out competing proposals at a two-day meeting early next week.

Mullinax Expanding Coal Retail Capabilities In Sheridan

Wednesday under the area where coal will be stored at Mullinax's new facility. (Brad Estes)

Mullinax Inc. is expanding its coal offerings in Sheridan and will open a new processing and retail facility located on Fort Road on Monday, December 5.

Stroll Decorating Contest Winners Announced

Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Director, Dixie Johnson

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce has announced winners of this year's Stroll Decorating Contest.

City Attorney, Works Dept. Make Requests of Buffalo Council

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven and Works Director Les Hook made a few requests of the City Council at their last meeting, tying up some loose ends and finalizing some projects they have been working on.

Crazy Woman Square Grant Outcome Expected Thursday

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery has applied for a number of grants to refurbish and beautify Crazy Woman Square in downtown Buffalo, and the decision on the first grant should come Thursday at the Wyoming Business Council meeting in Cheyenne.

Former Police Chief Barnhart Honored Tuesday in Buffalo

Terry Barnhart's funeral at Big Horn Baptist Church

Funeral services for former Buffalo Police Chief Terry Barnhart were held Tuesday afternoon at the Big Horn Baptist Church in Buffalo.

November 29th

Free HIV Testing Available Across Wyoming Thursday

Sheridan County Public Health will be offering free HIV testing Thursday.

The Wyoming Department of Health in conjunction with local family planning clinics and public health offices will offer a free service throughout Wyoming this Thursday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

Trail End Guilds' Gears Up for Holiday Open House

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The Holiday Open House at the Trail End State Historic Site is this weekend. Photo by Judy Hagerott

The Trail End State Historic Site in Sheridan has once again been transformed into a Christmas lovers delight, as the 14,000 square foot mansion boasts seven elaborately decorated trees, and decorations of the season too numerous to mention.