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June 23rd, 2014

This Week's Poll Question

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Common Core Education Standards are learning goals that outline what a student should know and be able to do by the of each grade level to ensure that all students graduate with the skills necessary to succeed.

Gardener Says Don't Be Afraid of Shade

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Landon's Greenhouse held another of their informative workshops on Saturday. Rick Schmidt is Landon's Perennial Manager.

Firefighters Cook-Up Breakfast

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The smell of pancakes and sausage cooking was in the air of beautiful Big Horn Saturday morning. It was the annual Big Horn Volunteer Fire Department Pancake Breakfast. A fundraiser as well as a community open house Fire Chief Doug Enloe explains.

Local Council Receives Recreation Grant

The Johnson County Recreation District recently approved close to $840,000 in grant funds for many different city and county projects as well as local clubs and organizations.

Local Museum Showcases Living History

A local museum held a day full of living history demonstrations. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

June 22nd

A Look Back in Time: June 23, 1914

Burlington railroad officials this morning said the biggest crowd that has ever been in Sheridan is expected here for the Stampede on July 2, 3 and 4.

College Art Show Revamped

Sheridan College has announced there will not be a Big West Art Festival this year.

Buffalo Council Renews Contract With Animal Shelter

The Buffalo City Council has voted to renew their contract with the St. Francis Animal Shelter to provide animal-related services for the city, with a slightly amended section that will take effect with this year's contract.

Shelter Hosts Community Barbecue, Adopts Pets

The St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo hosted a community barbecue this past Saturday, to say “thank you” to the community and those that support the shelter.

WyDOT Gives Johnson County Commission Update On STIP

The Wyoming Department of Transportation (or WyDOT) gave a presentation to the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting, updating them on the State Transportation Improvement Plan (or STIP) for this year through 2020.