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August 6th, 2013

Health Insurance Premiums Rise for County Employees

The Sheridan County Board of County Commissioners first adjusted the costs of health insurance to county employees and their families in 2005, requiring employees to pay $100 a month for a spouse to be covered.

BOCC Moves to Support Sheridan College Bond Issue

At their meeting Tuesday, the Sheridan County Board of County Commissioners unanimously moved to support the upcoming bond issue regarding the expansion and renovation of the tech center at Sheridan College.

August 5th

Johnson County Shows Itself Off During NEWY Tours

The Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders Group, or NEWY, is conducting tours of Northeast Wyoming with stops in Sheridan, Buffalo and Gillette, to show off the travel/tourism and energy industries and how they are interwoven to create the unique economic atmosphere in this part of the state.

Johnson County Still Discussing Shooting Range At Airport

Johnson County's Commissioners are still discussing the possibility of allowing an indoor shooting range near the airport on county-owned land, but discussions are leaning to either selling the land to the group that will build the complex, or finding some other county-owned land elsewhere that coul

CDBG Grant For Sr. Center Study On Agenda For Jo Co Comm

At their regularly scheduled first meeting for August, the Johnson County Commissioners have a discussion on the $15,000 CDBG, or Community Development Block Grant, for a study at the Buffalo Senior Center.

Agreement Allows City to Take Over Ownership of Linden Hill

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The City of Sheridan has taken over ownership of Linden Hill thanks to an agreement between the Child Development Center and the City that was approved by the Sheridan City Council Monday night.

Get a Taste of Sheridan This Sunday

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The North Main Association will be hosting the annual Taste of Sheridan this Sunday in Thorne-Rider Park. Chairperson for the Taste of Sheridan, Nancy Silla says that there will be 13 booths featuring some of the best food Sheridan has to offer.

Term Limits and Seniority

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During her recent interview on News Talk 930 KROE with Public Pulse host Kim Love, candidate for U.S. Senator of Wyoming, Liz Cheney was asked if she would be making term limits an issue in her bid for the Republican nomination next year.

Preventing Infant Drowning Deaths Through Training

Drowning is the leading cause of death for infants between the age of one and four. But staff with the Sheridan Recreation District are hoping to provide training to the youngest of youngsters and give them the basic skills to survive if they fall into a pool or another body of water.

Dog, Horse Show Results Released

Payton Gibson took showmanship honors in Sunday morning's dog show at the Sheridan County Fair.