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NWCCD Looking at Changing Gen. Ed. Credit Requirements

The Northern Wyoming Community College District is considering making some changes to the amount of General Education credits that are required for their Associates Degrees.

Poll Question: Pleased with Outcome of North Main Project?

Grand Re-opening of North Main Street. (Ron Richter)

A combined effort of several City of Sheridan and State entities, the North Main Revitalization Project in Sheridan is almost finished, as crews complete median construction for the project.

Council to Address Purchasing Policy

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Sheridan City Council President John Bigelow

The Sheridan City Council will work with a light agenda this evening at their regularly scheduled meeting. One item that they will be considering under old business is a purchasing policy for the City.

Mosier Gulch Trail Extension Completed

The extension of the Clear Creek Trail System through Mosier Gulch to the Bighorn National Forest boundary has been completed, according to the company that built the trail.

Volunteers Needed for Buffalo Senior Center Program

Sally Frost

The Buffalo Senior Center is in need of volunteers to deliver meals to senior citizens in the community. Sally Frost, Interim Director of the Buffalo Senior Center, said volunteers are needed for Sundays especially.

Jo Co IT Sets Procedures, Will Get New Server

The Johnson County Courthouse had an issue with their server a few weeks ago, and with County Information Technology Specialist Rande Money gone that day, it took some time to get the servers up again, due to a lack of communication between departments in the building.

Weather-Related Advisory for NE Johnson County

According to the National Weather Service, elevated fire behavior today is anticipated for areas of NE Johnson County and portions of Natrona County today, as dry, warm and windy conditions occur this afternoon and early evening, ahead of a Canadian cold front.

Barrasso on Healthcare: New Law Hasn't Created Promised Jobs

US Sen. John Barrasso

Wyoming US Sen. John Barrasso gave a speech on the floor of the Senate, saying that President Obama's new health care law has not created the jobs he promised it would.

New Business Building Tours Offered Before Upcoming Cowboy Football Games

The University of Wyoming will host open houses for their new Business Building before two upcoming Wyoming Cowboy football games.

UW Receives Over $200k From Americorps Program

The University of Wyoming received $217,000 from the AmeriCorps' Connecting Campus and Community Program this year.