Wyoming

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on May 12, 1916.

Johnson County's Commissioners have voted to participate in the Wyoming Public Lands Initiative.

During their last regular meeting, the commissioners brought this subject for a vote to decide whether or not to back the initiative, sponsored by the Wyoming County Commissioner's Association.

Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees recognized the “Students Of The Month” from each of the districts campuses for the months of April and May.

Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett updated the city council on the Lobban Avenue Reconstruction Project that is now set to begin now that all of the preliminary work has been completed.

County commissioners who voted to discontinue talks about consolidating the Sheridan Area Water Supply under city ownership were asked to explain their reasons at a SAWS meeting Wednesday.

Wyoming has 33,000 miles of public roads, according to Sheridan historian Helen Laumann.

The Sheridan Police Department reported that speculation has surfaced on social media regarding the circumstances of an alleged battery, the handling of the investigation and priority level assigned to the investigation.

Cloud Peak Energy, the company which operates Spring Creek Mine and is the 4th largest coal producer in the U.S., was the speaker at Wednesday’s Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon. They were there to educate people on what reclamation and bonding is, and why they are important.

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