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February 12th, 2014

State Senate Votes Down Firing Squad Bill

The Wyoming Senate has voted not to consider a bill to allow the use of firing squads to execute condemned inmates.

Official Says Lake Ice Weak in Spots

Though the long spells of bitter cold may signal to some that the ice on area lakes is frozen, a local Game and Fish official says anglers still need to be careful.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 12, 1914

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Feb. 12, 1914.

Lunch Seminar Explores Relationships

How men and women work together in a relationship will be explored today at the weekly Brown Bag Seminar held at Sheridan College's Main Street facilities.

February 11th

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Gaining Public Access to the Big 5

The Public Land Users Committee, or PLUC, held their monthly meeting Tuesday, where they discussed the next step in garnering public access to the Big 5 Sections, which is a large area of state land bordering Sheridan and Johnson Counties, just west of Lake DeSmet.

College Continues to Address Outdated Facilities

The Sheridan College Board of Trustees adopted a master plan in 2010, that includes several phases and outlines renovations and new construction on campus to address aging facilities and space deficiencies.

Bedrock and Its Influence on Forests

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Geologists with the University of Wyoming have performed a study that shows bedrock may be just as important as temperature and moisture in regulating the distribution of vegetation across mountain slopes.

Johnson County Pledges $161K For Critical Air Service

At a special meeting Tuesday morning the Johnson County Commissioners passed Resolution No. 493, allocating $161,000 towards the $700,000 local match for Critical Air Service at Sheridan's Airport.

Sheridan County had pledged $539,000 in their special meeting Monday.

Buffalo Boy Scout Seeks Permission For Project

A local boy scout approached the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting to ask permission to install his proposed project at Tie Hack Reservoir this summer.