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September 5th, 2014

Cloud Peak Production Drop Won't Affect Workforce

A drop in production output for Cloud Peak Energy which owns and operates two coal mines that employ people from both Sheridan and Johnson counties will not effect the workforce.

Local Climber Embarks on Cho Oyu Ascent

A man from Sheridan who embarked on a journey to Tibet last month to climb the Cho Oyu summit there checked in with us this week.

September 4th

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Council Backs YMCA Non-Tobacco Policy On City Fields

The Johnson County Family YMCA approached the Buffalo City Council at their meeting this week seeking to extend their non-tobacco policy to events they would host on city properties.

County Commission Drafts Letter Opposing EPA Regulations

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed drafting a letter in support of proposed new legislation that will amend Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations in the Endangered Species Act they believe will adversely affect Wyoming water law as well as ranchers and other landowners in the state.

Foresters Discuss West Tensleep Plan

The West Tenleep Corridor may see some major changes in the coming years. During the recent Big Horn National Forest Steering Committee Field trip in the Powder River District near Buffalo, officials discussed plans to reorganize the grounds to combat overuse.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 5, 1914

Fire caused a loss of nearly $3,000 on the H.E. (Duke) Robertson ranch last night.

Indian Relay Championships Coming to Sheridan

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There will be plenty of Indian Relay racing in Sheridan next weekend. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

UPDATE: Four Shillings Short Delivers Musical Ride

A couple of traveling musicians delivered what was promised this week during a concert in Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

A Sweet Partnership

Officials with Sheridan College have announced that they've partnered with Chartwells Higher Education Dining Services, Master Chocolatier Chef Oscar Ortega, and Mars Chocolate North America to provide unique dessert items to Sheridan College Food Services and the Culinary Arts program.