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April 30th, 2014

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A Look Back in Time: May 1, 1914

A freight train derailment in Wyola, Montana, last night delayed the Sheridan division of the Burlington by several hours.

Developing a Plan

(Photo courtesy of WYDOT)
(Photo courtesy of WYDOT)

A landslide on US 14 east of Sheridan at Jim Creek Hill forced the Wyoming Department of Transportation Tuesday to re-route traffic around the area to make it safer for the traveling public.

Senator Enzi: Wage Hike Would Stifle Job Creation

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (Photo by Ron Richter)

Learn More About Calamity Jane Thursday In Buffalo

Johnson County Library

A presentation on the life of Calamity Jane will be given Thursday, May 1st at the Johnson County Library in Buffalo.

School Board Approves Employment Requests

At their meeting in Kaycee this week the Johnson County School Board approved a number of employment requests submitted by administration.

Pest Control Addressed At Johnson County Buildings

Johnson County's Commissioners.

The Johnson County Commissioners discussed pest control with some of their elected officials at their last meeting, asking if there was still an issue with carpenter ants in the historic courthouse.

Concern, Kudos Shared at Lewis Bridge Meeting

Jason Reilly lives on the Lewis Street Bridge project. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)
Ronda Holwell is the public relations officer with the Wyoming Department of Transportation. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)
Barb Arbogast is a Sheridan resident who said she's concerned about the area being torn up. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Local residents voice concerns and kudos for a street and bridge project. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Manager Hopes to Expand Bus Service

Steve Ainslie was a guest on Public Pulse. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A new transportation manager hopes to enhance bus service in Sheridan. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Workshop Answers Questions About New Lottery

Jon Clontz is the CEO of the Wyoming lottery. (Photo by Pat Blair)

More than a dozen area business people learned how they can apply to participate in the new Wyoming state lottery when Wyolotto goes into effect this summer.