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Sheridan resident Dr. Jackie Canterbury took exception to a statement by U.S. Sen. John Barrasso Wednesday morning that the endangered species act is broken.

The Wyoming Highway Patrol is starting a new pilot program that is utilizing “slick top” patrol cars. They are doing this in hopes of increasing highway safety statewide. There are five new cars with one headed to each of the five districts across the state.

Johnson County's Commissioners have voted to send a Letter Of Support to Wyoming Governor Matt Mead to continue pursuing the state considering the purchase of water rights in Lake DeSmet currently owned by Sasol Synfuels.

Buffalo's City Council has approved the recommendations from Mayor Mike Johnson for two open seats on the One-Percent Committee.

Following a public hearing Monday night, Sheridan's City Council approved transfer of a retail and a restaurant liquor license to a company that wants to build a business at the new North Main Interchange.

Sheridan firefighters presented five requests to the City Council Monday night as negotiations started for a new contract between the firefighters' union and the city.

In conjunction with National Children’s Dental Health Month, the Sheridan College Dental Hygiene Program will host two programs aimed at youth in Sheridan County.

With the warm and sunny days we have had lately, it is easy to start getting excited for summer. According the the YMCA Arts Coordinator Tyler Rogers, members will have an opportunity to sign up for summer programs on Saturday.

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