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April 18th, 2013

One Percent Committee Gives Jo Co Their Recommendations

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their meeting this week, got the recommendations for funding from the One-Percent Committee for the next two years.

Weekend Events In Buffalo To Keep You Busy

There will be quite a few things to do to keep yourselves occupied in Buffalo this weekend, and here are just a few:

Friday and Saturday nights at the Buffalo High School Auditorium, the Limelight Dance Factory will present their recital beginning at 6:30 both nights.

Buffalo Chamber Visits Boise For RMI

Last week, Angela Jarvis and Rachel McCaughey traveled to Boise, Idaho to take part in this year's RMI, or Rocky Mountain International show.

Last year's RMI was hosted by Buffalo and the Chamber of Commerce.

SC's SkillsUSA Team Brings Home Trophy, Medals

Tillie Hoefer, Tim Sietz, Jessy Pomeroy, Nate Powers, Jessie Craig, Grant Belton, Preston Walters, Jimmy Enisign, Dakota Hennigh, Travis Walters, Sam Cape, Kyle Swedelius, Scott Avery, and Steven Belus pose with the trophy awarded to the SC students for the overall award of Outstanding College Chapter. (Photo courtesy of Wendy Smith/Sheridan College)

Sheridan College announced Thursday its own SkillsUSA student team brought home the "Outstanding College Chapter" trophy and its students swept many categories in a competition in Casper earlier this week.

Open House at the Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center

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Open House at the Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center (Photos by Chris Foy)

Thursday was an open house at the newly renovated and expanded Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center on Coffeen. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy was there and has the story.

Ptolemy Receives Special Recognition From Computerworld

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

Ptolemy Data Systems in Sheridan has been recognized by IDG's Computerworld Honors Program as a 2013 Laureate. The annual award program honors visionary applications of information technology promoting positive social, economic and educational change.

October Trial Set for Man Accused of Abducting Cody Girl

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POWELL, Wyo. (AP) - A Montana man accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a girl from Cody, Wyo., is scheduled to go on trial in October.

Enrollment in Wyoming Schools on the Rise

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According to data from the Wyoming Department of Education, Wyoming schools experienced an enrollment growth of over 1,500 students in 2012-2013. The data indicates that there are 90,993 students attending schools this year in the Cowboy State.

Sheridan College President on Bond Issue for Tech Program Expansion

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Sheridan College President on Bond Issue for Tech Program Expansion (Photo by Chris Foy)

As we reported last month, Sheridan College is implementing a public outreach effort on a proposal to renovate and expand the Technical Education Center at Sheridan College.

East Gate to Yellowstone to Open on Time

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead (Courtesy Photo)

Earlier this week Wyoming Department of Transportation Plows met up with snowplow crews with Yellowstone National Park, which signified that the WYDOT crews had finished its part in opening the East Entrance of Yellowstone.