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Buffalo Mural To Get Protection Measures

The mural that will get protection measures soon.

As we reported earlier this week, a grant from the Wyoming Main Street Program through the Wyoming Business Council will go to protect the second mural overlooking Crazy Woman Square in downtown Buffalo.

City Retires Three Loans In Amendment to 2014 Budget

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

The City of Buffalo will be paying off three separate loans after amending the budget for FY2014, according to Mayor Randy Dyess, who made the announcement at a recent city council meeting.

Board Of Health Reports To Johnson County Commissioners

Johnson County Public Health

The Johnson County Board of Health met with the county commissioners during their last meeting, updating them on what has been happening during the last quarter.

A Look Back in Time: July 8, 1914

County commissioners gave most of their time this forenoon to arrangements for the upcoming elections.

SAWS Schedules Budget Hearing

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers board will have a hearing on the 2014/2015 budget at their meeting Wednesday.

Whitney Makes Substantial Committment to College

Sheridan College art instructor Tawni Shuler (left) works with SC Dental Hygiene student, Quintin Pegar, during a Drawing I class last semester. (Photo courtesy of Sheridan College)

Whitney Benefits trustees and Sheridan College trustees announced today an unprecedented plan, including the largest gift in the history of the college, a $25.3 million commitment to Sheridan College from Whitney Benefits, to continue to build capacity for additional students, bolstering the Sherida

Council Sets Special Meeting to Pick Mayor

A special meeting has been set to pick a replacement for Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey.

Museum Classes Continue

Today's Tidbit Tuesday pics submitted by Sheridan County Museum Director John Woodward.

Tidbit Tuesdays continue today at the Sheridan County Museum in Sheridan.

Johnson County Commissioners Back Mayor

Johnson County Commissioner Jim Hicks, left, congratulates Dave Kinskey following the appointment. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

As a surprise turn of events, the commissioners of Johnson County voted for Sheridan's mayor to fill an open state senate seat. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Uranerz Plans To Expand Site in Johnson County

The Nichols Ranch In-situ Recovery Facility. In-situ refers to the type of mining the company uses. More information on that can be found in a link at the end of the story. (Photo Courtesy of Uranerz)

After obtaining a U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission permit to mine for uranium at Nichols Ranch Site in the Powder River Basin, Uranerz is already planning to expand their mining area in the near future.