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February 5th, 2015

Colorado Company Wins Bid for Airport Signage Project

As reported earlier, the Sheridan County Commission awarded a bid this week of $150,000 to a company from Colorado to update the signage at the Sheridan airport due to changes in magnetic compass headings.

Radio Show Caller Prompts Graffiti Clean-up

A radio show caller’s complaint has prompted the cleanup of graffiti on a structure in Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

Local Developer on Economic Impact of Holly Ponds

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A local developer talked about the impact housing has on the local economy during a recent Sheridan City Council meeting. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Yellowstone Making Changes to Permit Fees

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Yellowstone National Park will begin implementing an overnight backcountry permit fee beginning May 1. According to a news release from the park, the money raised from the new fees will help defray the costs of running the park’s backcountry program.

February 5th

Big Horn Educator Named Assistant Principal of Year

A Big Horn educator has been named this year's Wyoming Assistant Principal of the Year for middle schools.

Speaker: Suicide Risk High in Wyoming

A Sheridan suicide prevention coordinator says Wyoming has one of the highest rates of suicide per capita in the country.

Endowment Challenge Legislation Passes House

The director of the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library has been keeping an eye on legislation that would affect the state library system. Sheridan Media’s Hannah Stepenoff spoke with him and has the story.

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Plan Now For Johnson County Health Fair Blood Draws

The 2015 Johnson County Health Fair will be happening next month, but blood draws in preparation for the health fair are coming up next week in Buffalo and the following week in Kaycee.

County Awards Bid On Library Expansion Project

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their Tuesday meeting, awarded the bid to remove the Adams Street Apartments to Lurylei, LLC for $1, and gave an extension to the deadline for removal to April 10th.