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“Tween” Program Begins Today at Fulmer Library

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The Sheridan Fulmer Public Library is kicking off its first tween-based program this week.

New Buffalo Mayor, Councilmen To Be Sworn Tuesday

The Buffalo City Council will convene for their first meeting of 2015, and will have a new mayor and one new councilman sworn into office.

County Elected Officials Sworn In

Johnson County's elected officials were sworn into their respective offices at a ceremony Monday morning at the county judicial center.

Judge William J. Edelman conducted the brief ceremony in the District Courtroom.

New County Commission's First Meeting of 2015 Tuesday

Johnson County's Commissioners, returning Commissioner Jim Hicks and newly-elected Commissioners Linda Greenough and Bill Novotny will have their first meeting of 2015 this morning at the historic courthouse on Main Street in Buffalo.

City Councilors Sworn In

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The Sheridan City Council welcomed two new councilors at their meeting Monday night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Outgoing Councilman: 'Bring Back the Wards'

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Prior to the new councilors being sworn in at Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting, outgoing Councilman Robert Webster took a moment to leave the council with the recommendation that the City go back to the ward system that was removed last year.

Bighorn National Forest Hiring for Summer Positions

Officials with the Bighorn National Forest have announced that over the next couple of months, forest managers will be hiring for temporary, seasonal positions in a variety of specialized areas.

Sheridan County Officials Sworn In

Ten Sheridan County officials took the oaths of office Monday morning in the district courtroom of Judge John J. Fenn.

Snow Costs County Nearly $70,000

Sheridan County has spent nearly $70,000 on snow removal so far this winter.

Governor Says State's Strong, Leadership Team Ready

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In his Inaugural Address this morning at the Civic Center in Cheyenne, Wyoming Governor Matt Mead thanked the citizens of the state for doing what he called, “their part,” because the state is strong.

SheridanWyoming.com

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