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WYOMING FLOODING-THE LATEST

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Worland residents are being allowed to return to their homes after being evacuated over the weekend because of flooding.

The process of assessing damage also began Tuesday.

City, County Could See Land Use Plan in 90 Days

A revised Sheridan Joint Planning Area Land Use Plan could go before city and county officials within the next 90 days.

Landon's Greenhouse Hosts Saturday Workshops

Landon's Greenhouse will host two workshops this coming Saturday.

Holy Name Students Advance to State Science Fair

Six Holy Name Catholic School students will compete at the State Science Fair in Laramie next month after winning top honors at the recent regional Science Fair in Casper.

Madden Discusses House, Senate Education Funding Bills

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo continues to be concerned with how the Legislature will resolve the expected $400 million per year shortfall in educational funding during the next biennium, and would not be surprised to see a special session later this summer to resolve the issue.

County Signs SLIB Grant Agreement For TW Road Project

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Johnson County's Commissioners approved and accepted an agreement with the State Loan and Investments Board (SLIB) for nearly $652,000 in funding for the upcoming TW Road Reconstruction project.

Mayor Shares Report From Buffalo Building Department

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades gave hard copies of his report to the city council during their last meeting and Mayor Mike Johnson shared the highlights of the report with those at the council meeting.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 15, 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 Feb. 15, 1917.

Winter Weather Poses Challenges for Wildlife

According to Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Region Public Information Specialist Bud Stewart, the winter and cold weather months are critical conditions for area wildlife.

Jason Gresl at the Whitney Center for the Arts

If you’re interested in great music, you won’t want to miss Jason Gresl as he performs at the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts on Friday. According to Dr.

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