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May 16th, 2012

Botton Will Not Seek Reelection for House Seat

Sheridan County legislator Jon Botton announced via a media release that he is not seeking reelection to the Wyoming House of Representatives House District 30 seat.

Annual Habitat Garage Sale This Weekend in Buffalo

Habitat For Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns will have their 2012l Habitat Garage Sale beginning tonight and going through Sunday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

Great Lakes Has More Landing Trouble

Great Lakes Airlines has had three incidents involving malfunctioning landing gear in the past week.

Judge Fenn Sentences Gillette Woman In Drug Case

Johnson County Prosecuting Attorney Ken DeCock

Allison Marie Osborne of Gillette was sentenced by Judge John Fenn in Fourth Judicial District Court in Buffalo Monday after pleading guilty to two counts of delivery of prescription medication.

5K/10K Walk/Run Is This Weekend

First-year nursing students at Sheridan College are sponsoring a 5 or 10-K walk or run Saturday. Laura Lunt, a certified nursing assistant at the hospital and nursing student, explains how the students chose why to sponsor the event.

Buffalo Chamber Hosts Awards Luncheon Wednesday

Angela Jarvis at the 2012 Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Awards Luncheon

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce held their second annual Awards Luncheon Wednesday at the Occidental Hotel's Virginian Restaurant.

SCSD#1 Parents, Faculty Riled About Arts Cuts

A crowd of parents and faculty petitioned the Sheridan County School District #1's Board of Trustees regarding the proposed cuts to the school's art program.

Wyoming Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Sentencing Appeal

Wyoming Supreme Court Hears Arguments in Sentencing Appeal

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - An attorney for a Sheridan teenager serving a sentence of life without parole for a 2009 home invasion killing urged the Wyoming Supreme Court to find the teen's sentence unconstitutional.

Sheridan County Awards Bid for Road Improvement Project

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Sheridan County Awards Bid for Road Improvement Project

Sheridan County received three bids for the 2012 County Road Improvement Project. All three of those bids came in over the engineer's estimate of $1.1 million with the lowest bid still being 20 percent over the estimate.

Doing More With Less

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City of Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson

The City of Sheridan Public Works Department has had to make significant cuts to balance the budget to compensate for the City's projected low sales and use tax revenues. City Public Works Director Nic Bateson explains how they've been able to cut back.