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November 5th, 2014

Council Approves Ordinances, More Work for NW Pipeline

At Tuesday's Buffalo City Council Meeting, the council voted on two ordinances, and approved funds for additional work on the Northwest Pipeline.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 6, 1914

Lawrence Rowe of Sheridan is working for Ralph Shreve at Decker.

“Public vs. Private” Student Art Show

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An artists' reception was held Tuesday showcasing the collaborative work of Big Horn High School and Sheridan College students. The show featured work in the dualistic sides of self-portraits.

WTBC Becomes Manager of Sheridan Business Incubator

Sheridan County and the University of Wyoming have signed an agreement for the university’s Wyoming Technology Business Center or WTBC to operate Sheridan’s business incubator.

Arrest Made in Halloween Altercation

An 18-year-old man from Cheyenne has been arrested in connection with an altercation at the University of Wyoming that left a student injured.

Tree and Brush Removal Along Red Grade Road

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Work on a popular county road is expected to begin soon. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.
Tree and Brush Removal Along Red Grade Road.

Johnson County Agrees To Quitclaim/Easement at DeSmet

At their meeting Tuesday the Johnson County Commissioners reviewed and discussed a Quitclaim Deed and Easement Agreement to allow Sasol Synfuels International access to a pipeline and outlet works at the south dam that will belong to Sasol and supply water to their properties at the lake.

Hill Charges Legislature with 'Micromanaging' State Education

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill said her successor in that office will not be able to stand up to the state Legislature's micromanagement of education in Wyoming.

Education Superintendent Visits School

Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill visited Sheridan's Highland Park Elementary School on Wednesday morning to honor students, teachers and staff for being designated a 2014 Blue Ribbon School.

Hall of Fame Inductee Has Led Cowboy Life

Ben Reynolds has spent a lifetime in ranching, and nearly all of his life has been spent in Sheridan County.