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NEWY Legislative Tours Scheduled For August

Johnson County Commissioner Bill Novotny

The Northeast Wyoming Municipal Leaders (NEWY) recently held a meeting where the upcoming annual legislative tours were discussed, according to Johnson County Commissioner Bill Novotny, who updated the rest of the commission on the plans for the tours.

Decision On City Rental Home Tabled

Buffalo City Council

The Buffalo City Council voted to table a decision on whether or not to renew a lease on a city-owned rental home that is in need of repairs and upgrades.

A Look Back in Time: March 3, 1915

Sheridan County commissioners in their meeting today withdrew the county's offer of $500 reward for arrest and conviction of cattle thieves.

Ranchester Council to Consider School Site Annexation

Ranchester's town council will give second-reading consideration on Tuesday to an ordinance annexing the site of the new Tongue River Elementary School.

Mraz Found Guilty on All Counts

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The Week long jury trial in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan for 25-year old Miranda Mraz came to a close just before 5 o’clock Monday afternoon after the jury, who deliberated for four and a half hours, came back with a verdict of guilty on all eight counts, seven felony forgeries and one misdemeanor theft.

Mayor Proclaims Disability Awareness Month

Staff and participants of RENEW joined Sheridan Mayor John Heath on the steps of City Hall on Grinnell Plaza on Monday morning in recognition of March as Disability Awareness Month in Sheridan.

Firefighters, Ambulance Crew Respond to Rollover

Stabilization struts encase a home oxygen delivery truck that rolled over in Hidden Hills on Friday. (Courtesy Photo)

Sheridan and Goose Valley firefighters, and Rocky Mountain Ambulance and Sheridan County Sheriff's personnel responded to a rollover at 11 Hidden Hills shortly before 5 o'clock Friday night.

CHAPS Names New Director

A woman who developed the equine studies program at Sheridan College in Sheridan has been named the new executive director of the local Children, Horses and Adults in Partnership program known as CHAPS.

Commission Discusses Holloway Avenue Project, Others

The Sheridan County Commission meets tomorrow morning for its regular monthly session at 9 in commission chambers on the second floor of the new addition of the courthouse in downtown Sheridan. The meeting is open to the public.

Signed Legislation Gives Wyoming Authority Over Uranium Permitting

On Saturday, Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead signed House Bill 27, which begins the process to give the state regulatory authority over uranium mine permitting. The information comes directly from the governor's office.

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