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February 6th, 2015

SLIB Approves Funding for Sheridan Projects

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The State Land and Investment Board, or SLIB, that is comprised of the top five elected officials for the state, approved funding Thursday for three projects for the City of Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Wyoming Isn’t Ready to Go to Pot

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Efforts to decriminalize marijuana in Wyoming have fallen on deaf ears during this year’s legislative session in Cheyenne, as lawmakers have killed a number of proposed bills in relation to the drug.

Change Order Heats Up Fairgrounds' Bathrooms

The bathrooms in the exhibit hall at the Sheridan County fairgrounds in Sheridan will be warmer, now, when the renovation is complete.

February 6th

Ceramic Artist to be Featured at Sheridan College

Ceramic artist Gail Kendall will be at Sheridan College Friday for a workshop in the college art department.

Sen. Burns Talks About SHS Legislative Intern Program

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Two Sheridan High School Students are currently learning the ropes in Cheyenne during the current legislative session. Sheridan Media’s Hannah Stepenoff spoke with a local senator to learn more about the program.

Trials Pending Following Arraignments

Trials are set to start on July 1 for three Sheridan area men arraigned in three separate cases in District Court this week.

Superintendent: District Appreciates Help on SHS Project

The superintendent of Sheridan County School District 2 publicly thanked Kim Love and Frackelton's Restaurant for support of the Sheridan High School locker room project.

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Board Appointments, Term Limits Approved By Commissioners

The Johnson County Commissioners approved a number of board appointments and voted to accept recommended term limits from another board during their regular Tuesday meeting.

Buffalo Outdoor Pool May Get Needed Repairs

The Outdoor Pool at Buffalo's Washington Park may be getting some needed repairs if approved by the city council.