State Treasurer Discusses ‘Constitutional Amendment A’

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State Treasurer Mark Gordon has been busy traveling the State informing people on Constitutional Amendment “A”, which will be on the ballot in November’s General Election.

Habitat Looking for Volunteers for Women Build Day

(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns is seeking volunteers for their annual Women Build Day, which is a partnership with Thrivent Builds.

Sachse Hired by State Board of Education

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Sheridan County School District #2 Assistant Superintendent Tom Sachse has been hired by the Wyoming State Board of Education as the new board coordinator. Board Chairman Pete Gosar announced that the board voted to hire Sachse during its meeting in Laramie on Friday.

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A Look Back in Time: May 23, 1916

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 May 23, 1916.

County To Charge More For Lengthy Information Searches

Johnson County will be charging more for requests for public information that end up a lengthy, time and resource consuming proposition, after discussing and acting on a Resolution concerning documents under the Freedom Of Information Act at their last regular meeting.

Buffalo Council Gets Presentation On D.A.R.E. Trip

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson

Buffalo's City Council was given a presentation by the Buffalo Police Department on their annual Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) Program's annual trip to the Black Hills.

First ‘Unplugged’ of the Year

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Co-hosted by the Sheridan Community Land Trust and Science Kids, Unplugged, the creative monthly outdoor education program for families met for the first time on Sunday.

Sarah Mentock of Science Kids explained the program.

This Week’s Poll Question

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President Obama will soon be visiting Hiroshima, the first city to be hit with an atomic bomb. The first sitting president to visit the site of the first atomic bombing, the trip is planned to emphasize the friendly ties built between one-time enemies.

Eaton Horses Travel Through Sheridan

An Eaton's Ranch wrangler looks back over his shoulder. (Photo by Pat Blair)

More than 160 horses traveled west on Fifth Street Sunday morning, headed for the Eaton's Ranch for the summer.