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June 26th, 2014

Raising the Limit

Beginning July 1, motorists in Wyoming will be able to legally drive up to 80 miles per hour on almost 500 miles of rural interstate highway in the state.

Senate Passes Bill to Improve Job Training Program

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The U.S. Senate Wednesday, overwhelmingly passed the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act by a vote of 95-3.

June 25th

A Look Back in Time: June 26, 1914

The Wyoming Coal company of Sheridan has gone into receivership.

YMCA Leads Third ParkFit

More than a dozen people did pushups, lunges and other exercises, alternating with sprints, at Whitney Commons Wednesday during Sheridan's third ParkFit event.

County to Apply Dust Suppressant on Red Grade

The Sheridan County Public Works Department plans apply dust suppressant to Red Grade Road from the Springs to Sand Coule next week.

Celebrate 30 Years of Wilderness With Hike

This Saturday, the Wyoming Wilderness Association and Big Horn National Forest officials are hosting a free family hike to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Wilderness Protection Act and the 30th anniversary of the Wyoming Wilderness Act.

Buffalo's Relay For Life Events This Weekend

The American Cancer Society's Relay For Life events for Buffalo will be happening this weekend at Crazy Woman Square and Washington Park.

Leadership Training Application Deadline July 1st

The Leadership Johnson County training will begin in September and run through May of 2015, but if you are interested in the classes, you have only until July 1st to complete your application.

New Day Break Facility Is Funded

The proposed new Day Break facility for the Sheridan Senior Center is fully funded.

Update: Accident Still Under Investigation

An accident that took the life of a Sheridan man on Monday night remains under investigation, with no additional findings at this point.