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March 4th, 2014

Sagebrush Teacher Named Educator of Year

Sagebrush Principal Mike Wood presented the honor to teacher, Pam Moore. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sagebrush Elementary music teacher Pam Moore was recognized last night as the Wyoming Music Education Association Music Educator of the Year 2014 for Wyoming's Northeast District.

March 4th

A Look Back in Time: March 4, 1914

Sheridan county commissioners this morning appointed appraisers to view the proposed Soldier creek road, after being presented with claims for damages amounting to $11,000.

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Council Approves Purchase of Snow Blower

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City of Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson

City of Sheridan staff participated in an on-site demonstration last week of a loader mounted snow blower. That snow blower is now property of the City, as the Council Monday night approved the purchase in the amount of $188,800.

Buffalo's Knights of Columbus Fish Fry Tuesday

St John the Baptist Catholic Church in Buffalo.

The annual Knights of Columbus Fish Fry will be Tuesday at the St. John the Baptist Catholic Church Rec Hall in Buffalo.

Buffalo Council hears Department Head Reports

The Buffalo City Council heard quick reports from their department heads at their last meeting.

City Planner Lynn Barrett said she had not received any new planning and zoning applications during the two weeks prior to the meeting.

Commissioners Updated On Leadership Johnson County

Derek Andrews, with Sheridan College in Johnson County, attended the last county commissioners' meeting to give them an update on the status of the Leadership Johnson County.

Mayor Proclaims Disability Awareness Month

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey plugs his ears as one of the clients of RENEW rings the bell in front of City Hall signifying March as Disability Awareness Month. (Photo by Ron Richter)

From atop the steps of Sheridan City Hall Monday, Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey proclaimed March as Disability Awareness Month. Soon after, clients with RENEW took the opportunity to ring the bell that sits in front of City Hall.

The Long Dry History of the West

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Bill Sniffin

Whiskey is for drinking and water is for fighting over. – Quote attributed to Mark Twain.

Dry as a bone.

That describes the status of much of the American West in recent years, although Wyoming has had a reprieve in recent years.

Berger Says Dayton, Ranchester Pipeline Bill Still Live

As our regular listeners know, we talked with State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn Friday to find out what this week looks like for legislators as they come into the second half of this year's legislative session.