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June 16th, 2014

City, Firefighters Union, Still at Odds Over Contract

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Another round of contract negotiations between the City of Sheridan and the Firefighters Union Local 276 took place at Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting. The City countered the union's proposal from two weeks ago with amendments to their original proposal that they submitted in May.

JCSD1 Honored For High Percentage Of Certified Teachers

Mary Ellbogen-Garland and her mother, Ruth Ellbogen, representing the Ellbogen Foundation, were in Buffalo at the last Johnson County School Board meeting to present the district with a plaque honoring them for becoming the first, and so far, only school district to earn the Ellbogen Meritorious School District certification.

Johnson County Commissioners Have Busy Morning Agenda

Johnson County's Commissioners will work through a full morning on their agenda at their regular Tuesday meeting.

Johnson County Attorney Releases Report For April/May

The office of Johnson County and Prosecuting Attorney Kenneth DeCock released a report of court actions in April and May of this year.

This Week's Poll Question

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The athletic department of the University of Wyoming is making its wish list known. It is asking for 5 million dollars to help it become more competitive in the Mountain West region. Three million would be slated for “competitive success” and two million for “staff development.”

Center Hosts 'Walk for Life'

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Legacy Pregnancy Center's “Walk for Life” went on as planned in spite of the rainy weather Saturday. One of its major fundraising events of the year, Executive Director of Legacy, Maureen Metcalf says it's also a celebration.

Rain Doesn't Deter Walkers

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Early morning rain didn't deter walkers who participated in the 1st annual Ken Mellinger Foundation Memorial 5K Walk and Father's Day's weekend provided the perfect backdrop for the event. Jessica Mellinger explains.

City Council to Consider Budget Resolution

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The Sheridan City Council will consider a resolution this evening to adopt the budget for the upcoming fiscal year that begins July 1.

Event Offered Children Chance to Fly

The citizens of Buffalo may have heard the sound of planes and helicopters taking off and landing throughout Saturday at the Johnson County Airport.

June 15th

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