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May 14th, 2012

Buford, WY Sold Overseas

The sale of a remote, unincorporated area in southern Wyoming to a man from Vietnam is now official.

Great Lakes Has Weekend Scare With Landing Gear

A flight originating in Denver circled for an extra hour before landing at the Sheridan airport Saturday due to a suspected problem with the plane's landing gear.

May 13th

4G LTE is Coming to Sheridan This Week

4G LTE is Coming to Sheridan This Week

Verizon Wireless customers in Sheridan looking for a little more speed in their mobile devices will be happy to know that Verizon is bringing their high speed 4G LTE network to Sheridan this week.

Weekly Poll Question: Abortion Protests

Weekly Poll Question: Abortion Protests

The Wyoming Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of a group's right to display graphic photos of aborted fetuses during protests. Do you agree these photos should be permissible in the public domain, even though they are offensive to many pro-life and pro-choice people?

Buffalo Planner Gives Sports Fields Complex Update

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

The Buffalo Sports Fields Complex is moving forward and is still scheduled to be completed by the end of this year and ready for use in the spring of 2013, according to Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery.

SCSCR Gears Up For Annual Community Spay/Neuter Event

The Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue is having its second annual community-wide spay/neuter event this weekend.

JCHC Board Discusses Health Insurance, Contracts

JCHC Board of Trustees

At their last meeting, the Johnson County Healthcare Center Board of Trustees discussed health Insurance, both for employees and providers' contracts with the facility.

VOA Updates Johnson County Commission On Services

Terry Wall and Scott Duncan with Volunteers of America, who provides juvenile detention services to Johnson County, gave a quarterly update to the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting.

Terry Wall discussed the possibility of adding new programs to the contract.

Snickers Big Horn Soccer Cup

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Mario Martinez cooking up a storm.

Twenty-one fields, 110 youth teams ages 8-14, all from Wyoming, Montana, and South Dakota, add to that some great sunshiny weather and it's a great weekend for tournament soccer.

Living History at the Library

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Jenna Reenders loading up the cannon.

The troops were out Saturday on the north lawn of the Fulmer Library in Sheridan. Cannon and guns, the soldiers were decked out and ready to give visitors a history lesson. Debbie Iverson coordinated the event.