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March 20th, 2012

Sheridan G&F Office to Host Fall Hunting Regulations Open House

Jennifer Meienke, Story resident, with a Pronghorn Antelope she harvested on 2008. (Photo Courtesy of the G&F)

The Wyoming Game and Fish are hosting a series of public meetings and open houses regarding the proposed fall hunting regulations.

Johnson County Library To Give Class On Internet, E-mail

Johnson County Library

For those with some experience on the internet or dealing with computers, but still needing a little help, the Johnson County Library can help.

A basic internet and e-mail class will be offered today and Wednesday at the library.

Buffalo Hosts Workshop On Parking Ordinance Changes

The City of Buffalo hosted a public workshop at City Hall Monday evening to discuss and gather public input on proposed changes to city code pertaining to parking and other traffic issues.

Wyoming AARP Kicks Off “You've Earned a Say” Campaign

AARP Kicks Off “You've Earned a Say” Campaign

Wyomingites are being invited to add their two cents when it comes to health care and retirement.

Johnson County To Work Through Short Agenda Tuesday

Johnson County Commissioner John Gibbs

Johnson County's Commissioners will have a very short agenda to work through Tuesday morning.

One of the items will be a discussion and possible bid award for a filing system at the new judicial center, now under construction.

March 19th

Spring is in the Air

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(Judy Hagerott)

Robins chirping, creeks thawing, geese returning home and mud everywhere, all signs of spring. Today is the first day of Spring and with the warmer temps, another Spring-time tradition is hitting the streets...motorcycle riding. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott has this story.

Portion of Burkitt Street to Close Tuesday

Due to the construction of the new District Court Hearing Room at the Sheridan County Courthouse a portion of Burkitt Street from Main to Brooks Street will be closed all day Tuesday beginning at 8:30 am. Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller.

Poll: Afghanistan Troop Withdrawal

After a U.S. soldier killed multiple civilians in Afghanistan about a week ago some have called on the White House to speed up troop withdrawal.

Sign Up for K-12 Chess Tournament Friday

A K-12 chess tournament will be held this Friday at the YMCA, organized by a Sheridan student looking to create a chess following in the area.

City Council to Address Council President and Vice President

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The Sheridan City Council will work with a light agenda this evening as the only item under old business is third reading of creation of a special improvement district for the Sheridan Commercial Park. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.