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September 25th, 2014

National Public Lands Day Hike

In mid August, the Sheridan Community Land Trust received a 25-year Special Use Lease to build up to 5.3 miles of non-motorized, natural surface trail on 160 acres of State Land along Red Grade Road in Sheridan County and to enhance existing parking areas for both non-motorized and motorized visitor

'Downton Abbey' Sparks Program Idea

A shared love of the hit TV series “Downton Abbey” has inspired two days of special events at Sheridan College.

Absentee Voting Under Way

Absentee voting began Thursday for the November general elections.

Local Designers Moriarty, Moran Open Twin M

What a great way to celebrate a new business partnership – having your designs win top honors on the national scene.

Taste of Home Culinary Specialist Stops by Station

The culinary specialist who's here for Sheridan Media's Taste of Home cooking school was interviewed this morning. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Governor Signs, Files Emergency Rule for Wolves

Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead signed and filed an emergency rule late Wednesday establishing that Wyoming's commitment under its wolf management plan is legally enforceable.

September 24th

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Johnson County YMCA Approves Smoke-Free Policy

The Johnson County YMCA is officially tobacco-free. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Sign Up Now For Bluegrass Jam Class For Kids

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The deadline is fast approaching to sign up for the Bluegrass Jam Class For Kids, to be presented this weekend through November.

Planner Discusses Plat Concerns, Water, Other Issues

Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett came before the city council at their last meeting to update them on numerous happenings within the planning department.

She discussed a concern over a possible compliance plat.