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May 14th, 2014

Buffalo Habitat Garage Sale Opens

The Buffalo Chapter of Habitat For Humanity will be having their annual Habitat Garage Sale tonight through Sunday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

Juvenile Justice Relies Heavily on One-Cent Funds

The Sheridan City Council held a budget work session Wednesday to hear from various non-profit organizations who receive funding from the one-cent optional sales tax. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

Crash South of Gillette Results in Three Fatalities

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The Wyoming Highway Patrol has confirmed that three people were killed and at least three others injured in a crash involving eight vehicles Wednesday morning at 7:30 about 10 miles south of Gillette on state Highway 59, which was previously released incorrectly by the patrol as U.S. Highway 59.

District 1 Approves Salary, Benefits Package

Some time around December, employees of Sheridan County School District 1 will receive a Christmas bonus along with their regular paychecks.

Livestock Forum Continues With Good News

Livestock Sustainability Consultant Dr. Jude Capper had good news for area ranchers attending the special forum at Sheridan College.

Trustees Set Mill Levy Hearing

Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees will convene a public hearing this week on their proposal to approve a one-mill levy for the next two fiscal years.

Rancher Wants Comfort, Safety for Cows

Montana rancher and editor Walt Hibbard says there's a better way to introduce cattle to new pastures.

Big Horn Stadium to be Lit, Maybe

The superintendent of Sheridan County School District 1 says more than 200 students of the district's two high schools are taking concurrent enrollment classes at Sheridan College.

Sales Tax Helps Fund Local Animal Shelter

As voters ponder renewal of the one-cent optional sales tax being put to a vote in November, Sheridan's animal shelter director wants people to understand that the money is crucial to the operation.

Hospital Managers Gather Public Input

Managers of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital, which is county owned, have embarked on a fact-finding mission to find out how the community wants to move forward.