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August 16th, 2012

Antique Fair This Weekend At The Johnson County Fairgrounds

For those interested in buying, browsing or just admiring old pieces of Americana or even pieces from around the world, this weekend has the perfect outlet for the nostalgic collector.

Committee Explores Main Street Parking Alternatives

(Photo by Tracee Davis

Sheridan's Historic District Business Committee spent a significant portion of this morning's meeting discussing the ongoing parking issue in the downtown area.

3rd Thursday Street Festival Alive with Music

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The Drum and Bugle Corp marches by the Craft Brothers.

The hills weren't alive with the sound of music, but Main Street in downtown historic Sheridan was. Thursday night was the third, 3rd Thursday Street Festival of this summer and it was another street-filled success.

County Attorney, Jo Co Commissioners Spar In Letters

A letter drafted Wednesday by Johnson County Attorney Ken DeCock's office addressed to the county commissioners and sent to media representatives in Northeast Wyoming has sparked a response from the commissioners themselves.

August 15th

Modest Enrollment Increase at NWCCD

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During the President's report at Wednesday nights Northern Wyoming Community College District meeting, Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young stated that the district is seeing a modest enrollment increase for the fall semester.

SC Parking Lot and Faculty Wing to Open Soon

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Despite a minor setback, construction on the new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center at Sheridan College continues to move along nicely.

Congresswoman Lummis Talks Farm Bill

When the United States Congress adjourned for their five-week summer recess earlier this month, they did so without passing a new farm bill.

Council Candidate Series: Anthony Fairbanks

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We conclude our series today on the three candidates vying for the Sheridan City Council ward one seat with a look at the third and final candidate; Anthony Fairbanks. Fairbanks works in Sheridan as a probation officer and moved to Sheridan in 2008.

Bestselling Author Returns to Sheridan Saturday

New York Times bestselling author, Jay Asher, will be at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library Saturday to promote his new book, “The Future of Us,” which he co-wrote with Carolyn Mackler.

Commissioner Candidates Discuss North Main Initiative

The three candidates for Sheridan County Commissioner gave their unique perspectives regarding the North Main development strategy.

Tom Ringley recognized its' a big job with a lot of potential.