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October 9th, 2013

County Lifts Fire Ban

The fire ban in Sheridan County has been lifted, as of Saturday. Notice was provided by county administrators.

Flights Canceled On Storm Day

As it turns out, flights in and out of Sheridan were canceled Thursday and Friday, but not because of the snowstorm.

October 8th

Shutdown Affects Little For State Hunters

The shutdown of the Federal Government may be affecting some services, but is having little affect on hunting and other outdoor activities in Wyoming.

Storm Costs Soar

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their regular Tuesday meeting, heard a report from County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer on the costs associated with last weekend's snowstorm.

Council Approves Sports Fields Payment

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook brought a request from O'Dell Construction before the city council for their approval to release the final payment on the the Sports Fields Complex project.

Early Registration Ends Soon For The Link Fundraiser

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In 2009, officials with the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation started a fundraiser to help support digital mammography in Sheridan.

Public Invited to Academic Center Open House Friday

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The new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center at Sheridan College is complete, and college staff and faculty invite the public to a day long open house this Friday (Oct. 11).

Sheridan Man Makes Business Hall of Fame

The first five inductees into the new Wyoming Business Hall of Fame will be recognized at a dinner event in Cheyenne next month. The announcement comes from the University of Wyoming.

Test Scores Highlight School Board Meeting

After formally recognizing Coffeen Elementary School as a 2013 Blue Ribbon School, Sheridan County School District 2 trustees heard about achievements of students in Sheridan's four other elementary schools at Monday night's board meeting.

Back-up Generator Keeps Hospital Open

The local hospital in Sheridan was able to stay open Friday, when the storm knocked out power to more than 3,000 people.