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May 13th, 2013

Love of powwow spurs huge turnout at CWC event

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by Ron Feemster

Originally published May 7, 2013 on

Sex Offender Extradited to Sheridan

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A man has been arrested in Texas and brought back to the Sheridan County Detention facility to face charges related to child sex abuse.

Salmonella Outbreak Reaches Wyoming

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Photo of Salmonella organism courtesy of Wikipedia.

The Wyoming Department of Health is tracing a known outbreak of salmonella in live baby chickens.

Orphaned oil and gas wells on the rise in Wyoming

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By Dustin Bleizeffer,

Oil and gas companies are walking away from non-productive or marginally-commercial wells at an increasing rate here in Wyoming.

Snowpack at Red Grade Keeps Road Closed

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The Sheridan County Public Works office and Road and Bridge department estimate it will be at least two weeks before Red Grade Road opens.

Probation Office Fire Yields Extensive Damage

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Sheridan Fire Marshal, Brian Songer, has provided more details about Saturday's fire at the Probation and Parole office on Coffeen Avenue.

Poll: Riparian Setback Regulations

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Sheridan County officials are considering implementing a regulation that would greatly restrict the abilities of landowners to build on their land if it falls within a riparian area.

May 12th

Wyoming Reads Event Tuesday In Buffalo

The Johnson County Library will host the local Wyoming Reads Event this Tuesday, May 14th at Washington Park by the pool beginning at 10:45am.

City Crews Readying Buffalo's Outdoor Pool

The Buffalo City Council was updated on maintenance work and other small jobs that will be performed at the City's outdoor pool in the coming weeks to prep for its opening later this spring.

Johnson County To Get Additional Attorney

Johnson County Attorney Ken DeCock

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their last meeting, approved County Attorney Ken DeCock to hire an additional part-time attorney for his office.