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September 5th, 2014

Look-Back Article Puts Family on Trail of Ancestor

I recently spent an hour or so with Sheridan resident Curt Macha, looking over some divorce documents in the office of District Clerk Nickie Arney.

Fairgrounds Hosts Horse Sale This Month

Sheridan will host the twelfth annual Sugar Bars Legacy Sale on Sunday, Sept. 21, in the stone pavilion on the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Resource Council Meeting, Auction Set for Nov. 1

Jeffrey Lockwood will be keynote speaker at the Powder River Basin Resource Council's annual meeting.

College Holds Campus Center Open House

An open house will be held next week to celebrate the opening of the Thorne-Rider Campus Center on the Sheridan College campus in Sheridan.

Cloud Peak Production Drop Won't Affect Workforce

A drop in production output for Cloud Peak Energy which owns and operates two coal mines that employ people from both Sheridan and Johnson counties will not effect the workforce.

Local Climber Embarks on Cho Oyu Ascent

A man from Sheridan who embarked on a journey to Tibet last month to climb the Cho Oyu summit there checked in with us this week.

September 4th

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County Commission Drafts Letter Opposing EPA Regulations

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed drafting a letter in support of proposed new legislation that will amend Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations in the Endangered Species Act they believe will adversely affect Wyoming water law as well as ranchers and other landowners in the state.

Council Backs YMCA Non-Tobacco Policy On City Fields

The Johnson County Family YMCA approached the Buffalo City Council at their meeting this week seeking to extend their non-tobacco policy to events they would host on city properties.

Foresters Discuss West Tensleep Plan

The West Tenleep Corridor may see some major changes in the coming years. During the recent Big Horn National Forest Steering Committee Field trip in the Powder River District near Buffalo, officials discussed plans to reorganize the grounds to combat overuse.