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June 14th, 2016

BNSF Employees Take Excursion to Clearmont and Back

More than 200 employees of Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad, their families and friends boarded a passenger train Tuesday afternoon for an excursion ride from Sheridan to Clearmont and back again.

County Falls Short of Balancing Budget

Sheridan County is about $116,000 short of balancing the budget for the fiscal year that starts on July 1.

CAST/FAST to Meet Friday in Riverton

Members of the Sheridan-Johnson County Critical Air Service Team, known as CAST, will meet in Riverton Friday with the Fremont County Air Service Team.

JCSD1 Named As Defendant In Asbestos Lawsuit

Johnson County School District No. 1 has been named as a defendant in a lawsuit relating to asbestos exposure by a company that performed work in the district 30 years ago.

County May Lose WYDOT Funding Due To Policy Issue

Johnson County is looking into ways to fund programs they have traditionally received funding for through the Wyoming Department of Transportation, or WYDOT, if they lose the funding due to not meeting policy requirements to qualify for those grant funds.

City, Operator Sign Lease For Golf Course Bar/Restaurant

The City of Buffalo and Rub Of The Green Sports Bar and Grill, LLC have entered into an finalized agreement and each has signed the lease for the proprietor to run the bar and restaurant at the municipal golf course.

Fireworks Are Not Allowed in City Limits

It is about that time again when the sounds and sights of fireworks will illuminate the night sky. Sheridan Fire Rescue Chief Terry Lenhart reminded us that there are some places fireworks are not allowed.

Battle Under the Bighorns Registration Due Friday

The 2016 Battle Under the Bighorns 3v3 Basketball Tournament in Dayton is only a couple of weeks away. Tongue River Valley Community Center Program Director Chad Aksamit said that they would like to have every team registered by Friday.

MDU Files Rate Increase Request for Wyoming

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Montana-Dakota Utilities Company has filed an electric rate increase request with the Wyoming Public Service Commission. If approved, residential customers would incur an increase on their monthly bill by an average of $9.12.

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