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January 5th, 2012

UW President Discusses New Admission Standards

UW President Tom Buchanan

University of Wyoming President Tom Buchanan was in Sheridan on Wednesday and sat down with Sheridan Media to discuss several topics related to the state's only public 4-year institution.

Sign-Ups Open for “Dining with Diabetes”

The University of Wyoming Extension Office is teaming up again with Sheridan and Buffalo hospitals to offer “Dining with Diabetes in Wyoming” -- a health, fitness and cooking class.

CHAPS Volunteer Training Begins Jan. 10

CHAPS, Sheridan's Equine Assisted Therapy Program, will hold a series of volunteer training sessions beginning Tuesday, January 10th at Sheridan College.

January 4th

JCSD1 Meeting On Fate of Clear Creek School Jan. 10

Dr. Rod Kessler

Johnson County School District No. 1 will host a public meeting for comments, questions and suggestions relating to the old Clear Creek School Building just west of the Johnson County Courthouse.

Jo Co Votes Chair, Vice-Chair, Board Appointments

Johnson County Commissioners

The Johnson County Commission had their first meeting of 2012 on Tuesday, and were short-handed with Commissioner Delbert Eitel unable to attend.

Buffalo's Top Stories of 2011: July-September

This week we are looking back at the top stories that made the news in Buffalo and Johnson County in 2011.

Legislative Forum Begins in Sheridan

Representatives John Patton and Rosie Berger listen attentively at the legislative forum Wednesday.

Day one of the two-day Legislative Forum sponsored by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs Committee got under way Wednesday at Sheridan City Hall. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has more.

Free Clinic to Continue to Pursue Funding for Possible Move

Free Clinic of Sheridan County Executive Director Cathi Kindt

Last month the Wyoming Business Council denied a grant request from the Free Clinic of Sheridan County to renovate the Sheridan County Public Health building to accommodate the Free Clinic.

Electronic Plan Review

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City of Sheridan Interim Building Official Kevin Bare

In a matter of weeks, the City of Sheridan Building Department will implement new technology intended to speed up the building permit process.

STT: Visits, Lodging Tax Collections Up Though Tourists Spent Less

Penny Becker

Sheridan Travel and Tourism saw travelers spending less when they visited Sheridan County last year than the previous year, but STT says more visitors to the area resulted in a rise in 4 percent lodging tax collections.