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October 18th, 2013

Girl Scouts Want Recruits

One local woman is hoping to inspire young girls like she was over a half a century ago, by joining the Girl Scouts of America.

Campus Nearly Doubles

Sheridan County School District 1 has nearly doubled its Big Horn campus with purchase of 15 acres adjacent to the existing school complex.

Resources, Farm Services Offices Open

Doors to the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Services and Farm Service Agency in Sheridan were opened Thursday for the first time in 17 days, with the heads of the two agencies saying Sheridan County residents appeared to be unaffected by the closures.

Dayton Has Final Say In Organizing Board

Dayton's town council appointed the last two members of a joint powers board set up to provide natural gas service to residents and businesses in the Tongue River Valley.

Governor Welcomes Furloughed Employees

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State employees furloughed by the federal government shutdown have been asked to come back to work.

Local Agency Receives University Honors

The University of Wyoming's Whitney School of Nursing has named Sheridan County Public Health as a community partner for its work with the school in educating the next generation of nurses.

Wyoming Made Products Become Hits

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A mercantile for Wyoming-made products recorded more than $32,000 in sales this summer during Cheyenne Frontier Days and the Wyoming State Fair.

Shutdown Effects Could Linger For Tribes

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American Indian leaders say disruptions to some services for the elderly and other needy reservation residents could linger despite the end of the government shutdown.

October 17th

Buffalo Council Accepts Grant For Police Camera

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report to the City Council at their meeting Tuesday, and requested they accept a grant to purchase a crime scene camera.

JCSD1 Admins To Board: Why We Support Common Core

At their meeting this week, the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees heard a report from Dr. Jeannie Iberlin on why the district's administration is in support of Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC).