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May 21st, 2014

A Look Back in Time: May 22, 1914

The water in Big and Little Goose creeks – which reached an alarming level yesterday – today is falling.

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Governor Meets With City Officials

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead was in Sheridan Wednesday, where he made a number of visits throughout the community. One of those stops included a sit down with City of Sheridan elected officials. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Councilman Files for Reelection

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Longtime Sheridan City Councilman Bob Webster has filed for reelection for the two-year unexpired term that was created when former Councilman Levi Dominguez resigned in January.

Hantavirus Remains a Potential Threat

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The Wyoming Department of Health wants to remind people that hantavirus infection remains a potential health threat when mice get into closed locations and leave their droppings behind.

Gov. Makes Sheridan Media First Stop

As part of his visit to Sheridan today, Wyoming's Gov. Matt Mead stopped by the Sheridan Media station for a live interview with Kim Love on Public Pulse. To listen to the show, click here.

Forest Officials Announce Hunter Creek Road Closure

The forest service has announced a closure of a local road in the mountains. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Commissioners Approve W Bar D Request

Sheridan County commissioners have approved deletion of just over 11 acres of land from the McNally Subdivision, and continue the agricultural use of the property.

Chamber Ag Committee Seeks Name Change

The Agriculture/Natural Resources/Public Lands Committee of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is seeking a name change.

Unpluggers Go Bats for Biking, Camping

The Sheridan Community Land Trust's unplugged events that are designed to entice students into the wild away from their electronic devices continue today with Goose Creek Ecology.