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March 3rd, 2015

Expansion Moving Along For Black Tooth

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A local brewery in Sheridan is in the process of expanding its brewing facility. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

SCSD2 Approves Contract to Sell Gollings Paintings

The sale of Bill Gollings’ paintings, kindergarten registration and the recent Dining For a Cause fundraiser were some of the topics discussed at last night’s Sheridan County School District 2 board meeting.

Library Endowment Legislation Makes it to Mead’s Desk

Both the House and Senate approved the final version of a bill that would extend deadline for the Wyoming Public Library Endowment Challenge Program from 2016 to 2020 and the bill is now on Gov. Matt Mead’s desk.

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BHS Presents Spring Play 'Stefanie Hero' This Weekend

The Buffalo High School Drama Department will be presenting the play “Stefanie Hero” this Friday and Saturday night at the high school auditorium.

NEWY Legislative Tours Scheduled For August

The Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders (NEWY) recently held a meeting where the upcoming annual legislative tours were discussed, according to Johnson County Commissioner Bill Novotny, who updated the rest of the commission on the plans for the tours.

Decision On City Rental Home Tabled

The Buffalo City Council voted to table a decision on whether or not to renew a lease on a city-owned rental home that is in need of repairs and upgrades.

A Look Back in Time: March 3, 1915

Sheridan County commissioners in their meeting today withdrew the county's offer of $500 reward for arrest and conviction of cattle thieves.

Ranchester Council to Consider School Site Annexation

Ranchester's town council will give second-reading consideration on Tuesday to an ordinance annexing the site of the new Tongue River Elementary School.

Mraz Found Guilty on All Counts

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UPDATE 6:19PM

The Week long jury trial in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan for 25-year old Miranda Mraz came to a close just before 5 o’clock Monday afternoon after the jury, who deliberated for four and a half hours, came back with a verdict of guilty on all eight counts, seven felony forgeries and one misdemeanor theft.