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October 21st, 2014

County Approves Long-Range Planning Agreement With City

Sheridan County commissioners have approved an agreement with the city of Sheridan to update a joint city-county land planning document that was adopted five years ago.

Reward Offered to Catch Art Vandals

A reward is on the table for information about the sculpture that was damaged in downtown Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

Sheridan College Tech Center To Receive State Funding Boost

Construction continues at Sheridan College, with the addition of approximately 2,500 sq. ft. to the current Tech Center. (Photo Provided)

The state's building commission has given a stamp of approval to the renovation and expansion of the technical center at Sheridan College in Sheridan, to the tune of more than a quarter of a million dollars.

Wyoming Allows Same-Sex Marriage

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Wyoming is now allowing and recognizing same-sex marriages. Attorneys for the state filed notice this morning that they would not challenge a federal judge's ruling striking down a Wyoming law defining marriage as between a man and a woman.

Our Old Wyoming is Changing Into New Wyoming Right Under Our Noses

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No, I am not running for any political office, but lately we have been all over Wyoming and what we have seen is very impressive.

In Gillette for a state tourism summit, we heard Mary Silvernell of the Campbell County Lodging Board say that lodging tax receipts are at “an all-time high.” It is not tourists who are filling all those hotel rooms, but workers in the oil and gas industry.

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City Council To Consider Ordinance On E-Cigarettes

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The Buffalo City Council will introduce and discuss an Ordinance to ban sales and possession of electronic cigarettes to those under 18 years of age.

Time and Place For Commissioner's Meeting Moved

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The Johnson County Commissioner's Meeting normally scheduled for Tuesday at 9am will be moved to 1pm this afternoon at the Johnson County Planning Office located at the County Annex Building A at 26 N. DeSmet Avenue.

Chamber Lunch To Focus On Johnson County Library

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their luncheon for the month of October this Wednesday at noon at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 21, 1914

Herbert Miller, a prisoner being taken from Sheridan to the penitentiary at Rawlins, has escaped from the custody of Deputy Sheriff F.O. Rose.