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Senator Barrasso Will Attend Chamber Coffee on Wednesday

On Wednesday, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host their Chamber Coffee event Big Horn Smokehouse & Saloon in Big Horn. According to Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson, there will be a special guest in attendance at the social.

Symons on Expanding Revenue Options

It is well known that Wyoming has been facing a huge revenue shortfall during this legislative session. Gail Symons has been down in Cheyenne during the sessions and she says that there has been some talk of diversifying revenue options.

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers have revised a bill that governs public release of video from police body and car cameras.

Johnson County Backs Mental Health Grant Application

Johnson County's Commissioners have agreed to offer support for Northern Wyoming Mental Health in their application for a Title 25 Gate-keeping Demonstration Grant.

Johnson County Renews Lease For Communications Tower

Johnson County has agreed to renew a site-lease agreement with a landowner in Kaycee for a radio communications tower located on their private land.

City Hopes To Replace Water Line On Cummings Avenue

The City of Buffalo is hoping they will be able to replace a water line on South Cummings Avenue this year, after a recent leak which is just the latest in a long line of problems with the line in that area of Buffalo.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 20, 1917

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 Feb. 20, 1917.

The Fairies are Coming...The Fairies are Coming

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Saturday, Landon’s Greenhouse hosted a workshop called “Fabulous Fairy Gardening” and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

This Week's Poll Question

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Because of the downturn in the energy economy here in Wyoming, most everyone has had to tighten their belts and it’s no different for our schools. Wyoming’s schools face a $400 million annual shortfall in the coming years and the legislature is looking for ways to make up for the loss.

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