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A Look Back in Time: Aug. 25, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Aug. 25, 1915.

Grand Teton National Park Glaciers are Shrinking

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by Kelsey Dayton | WyoFile.com

Kathy Mellander knew Grand Teton National Park’s glaciers were melting. The park GIS specialist and hydrologist had read studies published in 2012 and seen historical pictures that  showed the park’s 12 glaciers used to be much larger than they are today.

Pursuing Trump, Hillary, Jeb On the Campaign Trail in Iowa

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Bill Sniffin

The center of my world is Wyoming.  But Wyoming is often a long way from the political center of America.

Engines Halt Three Lightning Fires

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More than one hundred lightning strikes hit the Crow Reservation in Montana, just across the northern Wyoming state line, from Pryor to Sarpy, beginning about 10 Friday night, with three snuffed out by engine companies. The information’s coming from Information Officer John Kohn of the Crow Agency BIA Fire and Aviation office.

Commissioner Suggests Disbanding SAWS Board

Sheridan County Commissioner Tom Ringley is a regular guest on the Public Pulse show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

On a recent Public Pulse show, Sheridan County Commission Chairman Tom Ringley talked about regionalizing the city/county water system and disbanding the Sheridan Area Water Supply joint powers board known as SAWS.

Former Mayor Wilson: Plant Seed and Watch It Grow

A former Sheridan mayor said he had no idea that a program he started more than a decade ago would become such a success. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story

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First Day Of School Today In Johnson County

Summer vacation is now officially over as students in Johnson County will start their 2015-16 school year when they head back to school today.

County Accepts Bid For Courthouse Brick Work

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At their last regular meeting, Johnson County's Commissioners were given a bid from Hydro-Tech, Inc. for brick restoration work on the outside walls of the historic courthouse building.

Building Inspector Issues Over 40 Permits In Recent Weeks

Buffalo's Building Inspector Toby Rhoades, in his report to the city council, said he has issued 44 building permits during the last 38 days, including two permits for new homes.

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