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May 13th, 2014

Rancher Says Low-Stress Livestock Handling is Key to Sustainability

Low-stress livestock handling – according to Walt Hibbard – is undervalued, underappreciated, and under-utilized. But, he says, how livestock is handled has everything to do with the sustainability of a livestock operation.

Clearmont Votes In New Mayor

Chris Schock will be sworn in on June 1 as mayor of Sheridan County's smallest municipality.

A Look Back in Time: May 13, 1914

County prisoners were occupied today in digging up dandelions from the courthouse lawn.

College Awards Record Number Degrees

Following the completion of its 65th graduation ceremony in Sheridan, college officials announced this year’s total awards earned by graduates topped 750.

Gordon, Kindt Receive Honors

The Council of Social Agencies announced the winners of Sheridan’s Human Service Person of the Year and Human Service Lifetime Achievement Awards at their meeting last week.

Chief Gives Details on Recent Promotions

As reported last week, there was a shift in the administration at the Sheridan Police Department. Corporals James Hill and Daniel Keller were promoted to the rank of sergeant.

Local Library Joins Statewide Reading Campaign

Today is Wyoming Literacy Day, so the Johnson County Public Library is participating in one of the 35 Wyoming Reads celebrations being held across the state.

Local FFA Reaches Milestone

The Kaycee FFA Chapter is its 45th year, and they recently had a banquet to celebrate the organization. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

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Commission Puts Coroner on Salary

The Sheridan County Commission changed the course of the coroner’s office today by setting a salary for the elected official.