Johnson County's Commissioners approved and passed Resolution No. 534, which will adjust the county budget to show acceptance of a grant from the state to cover a purchase to be made by one county department.

Seven people took oaths as new citizens of the United States in naturalization ceremonies Friday in Sheridan County's district court.

Secretary of State Ed Murray says Wyoming does have a “business-friendly module.”

Sheridan, Johnson and Campbell counties are working together, and putting together a new vision of how to do business.

The State Loan and Investment Board Thursday approved $500,000 for preliminary work on the Hallmark building on North Main Street north of the WYO Theater.

Leland Christensen, Republican candidate for Wyoming’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, has spent the last couple of days touring Northeast Wyoming visiting businesses and talking with community members in Gillette and Sheridan.

A lack of funds has left Sheridan County School District 2 in a holding pattern regarding plans for a collaborative alternative school.

A downtown Sheridan business will hold a celebration on Saturday. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.

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