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October 8th, 2014

Jim Gatchell Fall Gathering Coming Up

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A local museum will be holding a fall gathering this weekend. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

KBJ Board Finds Funding For Clear Creek Kitchen Upgrade

Photo by Aaron Palmer

The Kaycee-Buffalo-Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board has found a funding source to help renovate the kitchen in the Old Clear Creek School Building.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 9, 1914

George Lord, W.A. Josselyn and Adolph Kerr left Sheridan this afternoon for Long Branch, Calif.

Business Expansion on Schedule

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A business in Sheridan is in the midst of expanding its operations. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Candidate Forum Set for Next Week

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The General Election is less than one month away in Wyoming. With that in mind, the Governmental Affairs Committee of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce has scheduled two candidate forums to be held in Sheridan next week.

District 2 Starts Search for Graduation Coach

Sheridan High School Principal Brent Leibach would like to have a graduation coach on board by Nov. 1.

Kinskey to Speak at Dayton Meeting

Senator Dave Kinskey is on the agenda of a Dayton town council meeting next week.

Manager Describes Coal Mining Operations, Benefits to Community

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David Schwend of Cloud Peak Energy -- Photo by Leslie Stratmoen

A group of business leaders learned about coal mining during a recent presentation. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Game Officials Seek Help Catching Poacher

Officials with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department are still hoping for some tips about an elk poaching incident that occured last week in the Bighorn National Forest. Bud Stewart of the Sheridan regional office gave us the details.

‘Wyoming Rush Hour’ Classic Photo of the State

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For years, the giant billboard showing cars working their way down a street through a Wyoming cattle drive was stationed on the busiest highway in New York City.  It was figured that this image was seen by millions of frustrated and stranded city-dwellers stuck in stalled traffic.