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April 19th, 2016

Everest Update April 18, 2016

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After a long but uneventful series of flights I arrived in Kathmandu last night. The earthquake damage is still readily seen.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

April 18th

Penney's Manager Says Store is Staying in Sheridan

The sign in the JC Penney's window in downtown Sheridan says the store is thankful for the community's support, and with continued patronage, Penney's will remain a feature of downtown Sheridan.

57 Residents Join Fire Districts

Fifty-seven residents out of 158 so far have opted to join one of Sheridan County's six fire districts.

A Look Back in Time: April 19, 1916

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 April 19, 1916.

City Council Approves Price for Police Building Remodel

Sheridan's City Council has approved a guaranteed maximum price of more than $1.7 million for a project to remodel the police department side of the Law Enforcement Building.

Negotiations Continue Over Firefighters' Contract

Sheridan city firefighters and the City Council will have at least one more meeting after failing to reach an agreement in negotiations Monday night.

Johnson County Planner Gives First Quarter Report, Subdivision Regulations A Main Focus

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Johnson County Planner Jim Waller came before the county commission during their last regular meeting to give a quarterly report on happenings in the planning office so far in 2016.

Commissioners Approve Vouchers, Save Money

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed and then approved vouchers for the first part of the month at their last regular meeting, and managed to find a path to save some money.

Buffalo Council Addresses Lead In City's Drinking Water

Since the City of Buffalo announced earlier this month that testing of the city's water supply in some homes and buildings in the city had found elevated levels of lead, questions have been directed at city employees from concerned citizens.