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December 11th

Museum Holds Holiday Open House

The Sheridan County Museum will be hosting a Holiday Open House over the weekend of December 21-22.

School Recreation District Meets Today

Sheridan County School District 1's Recreation District will meet at 2 o'clock this afternoon in the Downtown Sheridan Association office, which is at 121 South Main Street.

Schools Announce Christmas Break Schedules

Students and teachers in Sheridan County's three school districts are counting down the days until classes dismiss for the holidays, and the break will be longer for some than for others.

December 11th

Realignment Tabled To Resolve Easement Issue

The Johnson County Commissioners decided to table a proposed re-alignment of Muddy Creek Road during a public hearing on the matter at their Tuesday meeting.

Congressional Reps In Buffalo, Kaycee Wednesday

Representatives for Senators Mike Enzi and John Barrasso and Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis will be holding Office Hours this Wednesday, December 11th in Buffalo and Kaycee.

School Board Opts to Keep Same Officers

Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees, at their Monday meeting, voted to keep the same officers on the board through 2014, and also volunteered for the various committees they will serve on in the coming year.

High School Security Entrance Complete

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Renovations to make the entrance to Sheridan High School more secure began last summer as part of the first phase of a project that also included a new conference room and bathrooms for school staff, and upgrades to the school's computer, phone and fire alarm systems.

State Funds Nearly All Lewis Bridge Project

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The first of two open houses hosted by the Wyoming Department of Transportation regarding the Lewis Street Bridge project in Sheridan was well attended, as a little over 30 people showed up to learn more about the project. The total construction cost of the project is estimated at $4 million.

Superintendent Discusses Local Control

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During her time as Superintendent of Public Instruction for Wyoming, Cindy Hill has been an avid supporter of local control in regard to education in the state.

Chamber Lunch Program Features Legendary Free-Fall

This month's Chamber luncheon program in Sheridan features a first-hand report of a now legendary free-fall descent.

News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the story.