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December 11th

New Downtown Bed and Bath Shop Flourishing

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A little shopper at Side Street Bed and Bath. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

Sheridan Media's Hannah Stepenoff has been checking in with new businesses in the Sheridan area. She took some time to speak with the owner of Side Street Bed and Bath, located on Main Street.

Fire Destroys Shed on Rapid Creek Road

Firefighter EMT-Intermediates Brett Smith and Klay Condos at scene of shed fire (Courtesy Photo)

Fire at about 5:30 Thursday morning destroyed a shed at 96 Rapid Creek Road near the Beckton Stock Farm.

District Hopes to Close on Land Buy in May

Sheridan County School District 2 officials could close on purchase of land for a new school next May.

Counselor Offers Tips to Deal With Stress

Counselor Lynn Gordon (Photo by Pat Blair)

Counselor Lynn Gordon offered tools to combat holiday stress in two seminars this week.

UPDATE: Pilot Suffers Minor Injuries in Crash

The pilot of the home-built plane that crashed Wednesday afternoon near the Sheridan County Airport suffered only minor injuries.

Adriaens Resigns as Sheridan Administrator

Rich Adriaens as a guest on Public Pulse. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Sheridan's city administrator has resigned but is returning as chief of police. Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

December 10th

Wyoming News

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Johnson County Commissioners' News Briefs

Johnson County's Commissioners recently accepted the resignation of Scott Mills from the Planning Commission.

The commissioners will draft and sign a letter expressing their appreciation for his service on the commission.

Late Night Calls Not From Code Red System

Marilyn Connolly

Over the last couple of weeks, Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly has received reports that people in the county have been getting late-night phone calls where messages were claiming the calls were coming from the county.

Sign Ordinance Meeting Draws Crowd

The Buffalo Planning and Zoning Commission hosted a public comment and input session after their regular meeting Tuesday, giving citizens the opportunity to speak on the proposed Sign Ordinance the commission is looking to implement.