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March 5th, 2014

A Look Back in Time: March 5, 1914

Work has started on moving the old frame buildings on North Main street where the new Jenrich block is to be constructed. J.C. Early is moving the two structures that now occupy the site.

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Grease is the Word

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The Sheridan High School Spring Musical, which opens this evening at the Sue Henry Theater at the high school, can be summed up in one catch phrase – Grease is the Word. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Halliburton Invests in UW Research Facility

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead joined officials from Halliburton and the University of Wyoming Tuesday to announce that Halliburton is investing $3 million to help build a new energy and engineering research complex.

Buffalo Archery Range Looking For Different Access

Brett Brenden, with Grouse Mountain Archery Range, came before the Buffalo City Council at their Tuesday meeting, asking for a different access to the facility that would help with making the area more secure and safer.

Buffalo Health Care Provider Indicted for Fraud

A Wyoming Medicaid provider from Buffalo has been indicted for health care fraud by a federal grand jury.

Commission Denies Shop Permit

A conditional use permit to operate a cabinet shop out of a building in a new residential subdivision was denied today by the Sheridan County Commission.

County Commission Gets Report From Road and Bridge

Johnson County's Commissioners heard a brief report from County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer on how his department was keeping up with snow plowing and removal and other road maintenance with the higher snow amounts so far this winter.

Lindstrom Sentenced In Johnson County District Court

Last Friday, District Judge William J. Edelman sentenced Michael Allan Lindstrom to two consecutive sentences of life without the possibility of parole followed by a consecutive sentence of 40 to 50 years in prison.

Vacant Council Seat to Be Filled Early April

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The City of Sheridan will begin advertising this week for the vacant council seat for ward three. The City Council Monday night elected to open the position up to any city resident now that the council positions are at-large.