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January 8th, 2014

AP News Update

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Now here's the latest news coming in this morning from The Associated Press.

Schemers Target Data Breach Victims

The Better Business Bureau that serves Wyoming has issued a statement this week regarding the security breach for Target customers.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 8, 1914

Sheridan Media now continues its journey back in time – one hundred years ago. Here's what The Sheridan Enterprise newspaper reported on this day, January 8 of 1914.

Weapons Ordinance Passes Second Reading

Dayton officials are doing a bit of housekeeping with passage of an ordinance that would prohibit discharge of weapons inside city limits.

Extension Office Welcomes New Educator

The Extension Office of the University of Wyoming is welcoming a new educator this week, to cover the Sheridan and Johnson counties. In a release from the university, the educator's been named as Chance Marshall.

Natural Gas Flaring Burns Away Wyoming Cash

Natural gas goes up in flames every day in Wyoming during a process called “flaring.” Those are the flames seen commonly at oil drilling sites, where the natural gas is a by-product.

January 8th

“...When I'm Sixty-Four?”

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The Sheridan Senior Center became a strategic planning center Tuesday evening as over 100 people turned out for the first-ever meeting of the Center's “Life Planning Lecture Series” called “when I'm Sixty-Four?”

County Residents: Rural Addressing Starting Soon

An example of the rural addressing signs being used in Johnson County.

Delbert Eitel, Chairman, Johnson County Commissioners, sent out a news release to advise county residents they may see a Johnson County Road and Bridge vehicle replacing existing rural addressing numbers or installing new ones in the coming months.

City Funds Purchase Of Skeet Machines

The Buffalo City Council heard a presentation from Bill Woodward with the Buffalo Trap and Skeet Club on their need for funding to purchase two new skeet machines at their outdoor shooting range.