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March 26th, 2014

A Look Back in Time: March 27, 1914

The Secretary of the Interior has finally dismissed a conspiracy charge brought by C. Birney Seymour against against James J. Renie.

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Senator Announces Re-Election Bid

Wyoming State Senator for District 21, Bruce Burns, has announced that he will seek re-election in November. Burns says that his decision to run for his fourth term boiled down to his experience and desire to serve the people of Sheridan County and the state.

Locals Walk for Disability Awareness

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The 10th annual Wyoming Walk for Disability Awareness will take place this weekend at various locations throughout the state. The walk in Sheridan is Saturday morning at the Sheridan Junior High School track.

Public Input Open House Set For Proposed Dog Park

After the recommendation of the Buffalo City Council, the Vision Buffalo Commission (VBC) will have a public meeting open house on a proposed dog park, scheduled for Tuesday, April 8th from 4:30 to 6pm at Buffalo's City Hall.

Flood Outlook For Johnson County Moderate to High

The National Weather Service this week released their latest information concerning the possibility of flooding during this spring's snow melt runoff, and so far it is staying at a moderate to moderately high chance through April for central and southern Johnson County.

Buffalo Council Receives Legislative Update

State Representative for House District 40 Mike Madden of Buffalo gave a brief report to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting, giving an overview of what went on at this year's Legislative Session.

Governor Says Australia Trip Beneficial

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Governor Matt Mead has returned from a conference on coal technology in Brisbane, Australia.

Engineer Gives Lewis Street Bridge Project Details

Work has begun on the bridge reconstruction project in downtown Sheridan. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

No Trapping to be Allowed in Kleenburn

Dog owners who run their animals in the Kleenburn Recreation area north of Sheridan may feel comforted soon, knowing trapping will no longer be allowed.