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Spring Flood Potential

The spring flood outlook for Sheridan County remains low to moderate, however, that can change considerably in the next month. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Treasurer Gordon Discusses Investing State Funds

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Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon during a recent interview on our news talk show Public Pulse, said that he was pleased with legislators this past session for passing a bill pertaining to Constitutional Amendment “A”, that was approved at the polls last November.

Forest Officials Remind Snowmobilers to Be Aware of Regulations

Warmer daytime temperatures and occasional rainfall are accelerating snowmelt and causing very wet conditions on the Bighorn National Forest.

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UW ENROLLMENT

LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) — The University of Wyoming's spring headcount is down from 2016, but UW President Laurie Nicholas says there are indications of increased freshman enrollment next fall.

Goose Creek Transit Holds Open House

Goose Creek Transit, which is Sheridan's public door-to-destination bus service, will hold an open house on April 6 to celebrate the opening of the service's newly expanded and remodeled facility.

Road & Bridge: Lake DeSmet Dredging Complete

Johnson County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer reports that the dredging project at Lake DeSmet has been completed, and that it was a successful project with cooperation between the county and state to get it finished.

Public Health Emergency Exercise Coming Wednesday

Johnson County Public Health will be having an emergency preparedness training exercise Wednesday that will allow emergency workers to practice dispensing medications to the entire population of Johnson County should an unforeseen emergency event in the future.

Buffalo Council OKs Advertising For Bids On Projects

Buffalo's City Council heard a proposal from City Works Director Les Hook to allow him to advertise for bids on two smaller city water projects that will be combined into one larger project to be awarded together and hopefully completed this year.

A Look Back in Time: March 28, 1917

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 March 28, 1917.

Planning Board Hears Presentation on Electronic Signs

Robert Briggs, who's the city planner and economic development director, said its been a little over a decade since the city's sign ordinance was originally adopted.

SheridanWyoming.com

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