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County's Facilities Manager Reports To Commission

Johnson County's new Facilities Manager Kim Glasgow gave his first report to the county commissioners at their last meeting.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 24, 1914

The first masked ball of the season will be at Central hall on Friday evening.

Forest Officials Offer Fall Reminders

Deer Creek Park in Bighorn National Forest. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

Fall officially began this week, and forest officials want to remind the public of a few changes that come with the season. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Appeal Filed in School District 2 Case

The clock is ticking on an appeal filed by a Cheyenne attorney in a lawsuit against Sheridan County School District 2.

Sheridan College to Host Downton & Denim Banquet

Sheridan College will host a Downton & Denim Banquet on Friday, Oct. 3, in the Whitney Academic Center Atrium.

NWCCD Again Named 'Military Friendly' School

The Northern Wyoming Community College District has been named a “Military Friendly” school for 2015.

City Plans Second Land Use Survey

Up to 1,000 Sheridan residents could receive surveys from the city next month, asking for their thoughts on how the city should develop to meet future needs.

U.S. Senate Candidates Challenge 18-year Incumbent Enzi

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The Wyoming race for U.S. Senate in 2014 pits a well-funded incumbent against three candidates who have shunned money from political action committees. (WyoFile/Gregory Nickerson)

By Gregory Nickerson - Wyoming voters will have four choices for the U.S. Senate seat that is up for election this November, in a race where the 18-year incumbent Sen. Mike Enzi (R) has all the advantages of name recognition and a well-funded campaign.

Jarvis Says State Chamber Group's Beneficial

The statewide group that brings together chamber of commerce directors from across the state changed its name recently and will be headed up by two local Chamber CEOs – Dixie Johnson of Sheridan and Angela Jarvis of Buffalo.

Reconstruction of Attorney's Office Begins

Photo by Leslie Stratmoen

Reconstruction starts today on the Sheridan County Attorney's Office in downtown Sheridan that was damaged this spring by a fire.