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November 30th, 2010

WYO Range Drilling Plans

Fall view of the Wyoming Range of the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

The Wyoming Range Legacy Act signed into law last year put protections in place for over 1 million acres of hunting and recreation land in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

No Frills Theatre at Sheridan College

No Frills Theatre Company at Sheridan College will produce A.R. Gurney's "Sylvia" next spring.

The No Frills Theatre Company at Sheridan College is gearing up for two productions. The first is their fall production, a children's theatre piece the group is touring to Sheridan County schools this week.

November 29th

“Yaks Gone Wild”

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Why is everybody pickin' on me?

There are some who pine for fewer feral cats, but that's not what the Johnson County Commissioner's had on their mind when they made their case to our legislative delegation. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the story:

Christmas Parade; Chili Feed in Buffalo

This Saturday, the Christmas season will officially begin in Buffalo with many events all day, capped by the annual chili feed and the Lighted Christmas Parade. Aaron Palmer brings us the details.

Open House Opportunities in Buffalo Saturday

Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis

With the unofficial kickoff to Buffalo's Christmas season this weekend, many local businesses will have open houses to showcase their stores.

SCC Talk Taxes With Local Legislators

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How capital projects are funded was one of the main concerns of the Sheridan County Commissioners when they presented to our local legislative delegation late Monday.

Emergency Snow Route Alert

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An “Emergency Snow Route Alert” has been issued by the City of Sheridan. Street Maintenance Manager, Pete Husman:

Contractor Requests Meeting with Johnson County Commission

The Buffalo/Johnson County Criminal Justice Center under construction.

The Johnson County Commission will hold a public work session Tuesday in the commission office at the Johnson County Courthouse. Sheridan Media News Director for Johnson County, Aaron Palmer, has more.

Johnson County Commissioners Support Gas Tax

Johnson County Commissioners were the final presenters to the local legislative delegation on Monday evening. Several of the big issues they brought forth were dealing with livestock, and also the proposed increase in our “gas tax”

Fatalities on Wyoming Roads

Wyoming highway fatalities have exceeded the number from this time in 2009.

Two separate accidents in Wyoming claimed two lives in as many days. Sgt. Stephen Townsend issued a media release on the incidents.