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June 23rd, 2014

AP News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

A Look Back in Time: June 24, 1914

An information bureau has been established for the accommodation of the large crowds of visitors expected in Sheridan for the Stampede next month.

Newest Chamber Committee to Host Coffee

The newest committee of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host a Chamber Coffee this week at the Wagon Box in Story.

EPA Grant to Help Assess Potential Contamination

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The City of Sheridan is among 171 communities nationwide that have received a Brownfields grant through United States Environmental Protection Agency.

Council Considers Consensus Fund Distribution

The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting Monday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

BHS Students Getting A European Experience

Sixteen students from Buffalo High School will be returning home this week after spending 12 days traveling through England, France and Spain.

Buffalo Council Approves Raises For Pool Employees

Buffalo's City Council at their last meeting approved increases in pay for city pool employees.

The Pool Board had approached the council earlier in the spring to request the raises for lifeguards and Pool Director Marcy Leis.

County Considers Change In Law Enforcement IT Services

Johnson County's Commissioners are looking into possibly changing the provider for IT (Information Technology) Services to the Law Enforcement Center.

I-90 Reopens, Between Buffalo, Gillette

UPDATE:I-90 and US 14/16 are now open.

America's Longest Highway Bisects Wyoming from Lusk to Yellowstone

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During a recent road trip through nine states, I stumbled on to an interesting factoid: the longest highway in America bisects Wyoming.