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The Wyoming State Loan and Investment Board has approved about $8 million in grants to help communities around the state with economic development and community projects.

It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top stories from the past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review. Whitney Benefits committed another $1.5 Million to Sheridan College to support the renovation and expansion of the Thorn-Rider Campus Center, which is currently under construction. A media release from college administrators indicated that half of the donation will go to support the building itself, and the other half will be used on the plaza. Tom Kinnison, President of Whitney Benefits, said the investment is one of many intended to benefit the community as a whole.

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Veterans who live in Sheridan are going to catch a break when the individual mandate of the Affordable Care Act kicks in.

The Johnson County Library is still offering computer-based classes every Tuesday or Wednesday now through the end of May.

Five former employees of a pig farm in Wheatland have been convicted of animal cruelty after an undercover investigation by the Humane Society of the United States captured video of animals being mistreated.

This Saturday is Prom night at Buffalo High School, and with the end of the year fast approaching, some enterprising parents and grandparents of BHS Students have found another way to help fund some of the fun end-of-year activities.

At their last meeting, the Buffalo City Council heard a report on his department from City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades.

Chinese culture, languages and the differences between China and the United States and one man's experiences in learning to understand all of them was the topic of Sheridan College in Johnson County's presentation of “Todd Cornell-20 years in China” Wednesday night.

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