Members of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Ag and Natural Resources Committee were asked to consider the importance of outdoor recreation to Sheridan County's economy, and whether the committee has a role to play.

The Summit Chamber Players, a group of musicians with ties to Wyoming, will be featured in performance starting at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the Whitney Center for the Arts.

Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Work on the Lobban Avenue reconstruction project will continue this week on both Benteen and Fetterman Streets.
Project Engineer Brent Bennett with Nelson Engineering reports that the contractor is expected to start placing curb and gutter on Benteen Street from Main Street east to the trailer court this week, weather permitting.

The Northern Wyoming Community College District's Board of Trustees will have its November meeting this Thursday in Buffalo on the campus of Sheridan College in Johnson County.

Buffalo's City Council will have a light agenda to work through at their regular meeting this evening.

The council will have a public hearing, and are expected to renew liquor license applications for establishments within the city limits.

Dr. Bob Sornson, who's president of the Early Learning Foundation, talked Monday night about what needs to be in a community plan to help every child have a chance to be successful.

A prescribed burn is planned for Tuesday in the Bighorn National Forest according to Tongue District Ranger Amy Ormseth. The burn will take place in the Schuler Park are which is located approximately 5 miles northwest of Burgess Junction.

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