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May 27th, 2015

Library’s Teen Reading Program Starts Soon

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The Johnson County Library is gearing up for its Teen Summer Reading program. “Escape the Ordinary” will be held in June at the library located in Buffalo.

UPDATE: River Falling at Arvada

The Powder River at Arvada was starting to fall Wednesday night, according to Sheridan County's emergency management coordinator.

Powder River Overflows Banks in Arvada, Sussex, Kaycee

The Powder River is overflowing its banks in several areas of both Johnson and Sheridan counties. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Good Luck and Godspeed to All our Grads This Spring

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Bill Sniffin

When I was in high school, it was easy to impress me. It did not take much for a teacher, parent, sibling, friend or newsmaker to convince me about certain facts in the world.

UPDATE: No Problems Reported From Arvada

The Powder River was running at 10 feet in the Arvada area on Wednesday morning, and was expected to rise another foot or two before cresting in the afternoon.

Governor Disappointed in EPA Rule

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead said he’s disappointed in the EPA administrator’s decision to sign the Waters of the United States Rule.

Emergency Blood Drive Continues

The United Blood Services organization that supplies blood to local hospitals is in desperate need of blood.

May 26th

Two Arrested for Armed Robbery

Two Sheridan men were arrested Saturday night for armed robbery at a residence on West Burkitt Street in Sheridan.

Rain Didn't Dampen Spirits of Rodeo Riders

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High school riders from across the state competed in the Sheridan High School Rodeo event over the holiday weekend leaving the arena at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds in Sheridan covered in several inches of mud. But that didn’t dampen the spirits of the rodeo athletes. Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott swung by to bring us the report.

SEEDA Approves Budget

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board, which is also known as SEEDA, will spend just over $119,000 next year on measures aimed at boosting Sheridan's economic growth.