The Sheridan County Road and Bridge Crew has been able to get through on all the County Roads at this point and all County Roads are passable. Therefore the No Travel Advisory has been lifted. Please continue to use caution when traveling the County Roads as visibility in some areas remains limited due to blowing snow.
Social issues have been the hot item this week in Cheyenne as legislators continue to tackle a number of controversial bills at the State Capital. Representative Rosie Berger gives us an update from some of Wednesday's action.
The Sheridan College Workforce Center for Workforce and Community Education is offering a five-week workshop entitled Improv for Business Success. Center for Workforce and Community Education Director Karen St. Clair explains who the workshop is for.
Many students at Buffalo High School are opting to get a number of college-level courses out of the way before they actually set foot on a college campus, thanks to courses offered through Sheridan College in Johnson County.
On Wednesday the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo hosted a number of people from the community acting as a focus group to view and give feedback on a new exhibit the museum is hoping to present this spring.
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