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A landslide on US 14 east of Sheridan at Jim Creek Hill forced the Wyoming Department of Transportation Tuesday to re-route traffic around the area to make it safer for the traveling public.

Local residents voice concerns and kudos for a street and bridge project. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

A new transportation manager hopes to enhance bus service in Sheridan. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

More than a dozen area business people learned how they can apply to participate in the new Wyoming state lottery when Wyolotto goes into effect this summer.

The Wyoming Department of Transportation announced this morning that a Landslide on US 14, east of Sheridan at Jim Creek Hill, has prompted WYDOT maintenance personnel to re-route traffic around the slide area.

The project engineer for the state transportation department working on the Lewis Street Bridge reconstruction project in Sheridan said the sign that was stolen last week, was actually the second theft of the same signage.

The administrators of the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo hosted the “100-year-old Ranches of Johnson County” fundraiser and history conference at the Cowboy Carousel Center in Buffalo on Saturday. Hannah Stepenoff was there and files this report.

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