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Sheridan Media’s New Smart Talk Station Gives You Lifestyle, Not Politics

Talk radio is often considered controversial due to the political topics and opinions that are typically discussed. While many listeners enjoy that type of programming, Sheridan Media realized that there are some that do not.

Commissioners Approve Temporary Permit Extension

The Hanft Quarry Permit was originally approved for 10 years on March 6, 2007. Now that the time is nearly up, the Sheridan County Commissioners have approved a six month temporary permit extension on that quarry, so that the owners may re-apply.

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Opposition slows permit process for new Wyoming coal mine

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Opposition from local landowners and a competing company is slowing down permitting for what would be the first major new coal mine in Wyoming in decades.

Anne and Andy Lowe Featured Saturday at Carriage House

Seasoned performers Anne and Andy Lowe will be featured in concert Saturday at the Carriage House Theater in Sheridan.

Kobza: State's Focus is on Education Expenses

A Sheridan County educator says the state has been talking about cutting education expenses, and no real efforts to generate additional revenues to reduce what's been projected as a $400 million shortfall in Wyoming's education budget.

County Sets 2017 1% Allocation At $800,000

Johnson County's Commissioners have set the level of one-percent funds that will be distributed from the county this year at $800,000 after getting that number from County Treasurer Carla Faircloth.

Buffalo Council Addressing Hunting Requirement Change

Buffalo's City Council approved on first reading Ordinance #1338, which will make a change to city code concerning hunting within the city limits.

JCSD1 Asking For Public Input Concerning Funding Cuts

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The Board of Trustees for Johnson County School District One is asking for public input from county residents concerning cuts that are likely to happen in school funding from this year's Legislative session, and they want to know how they should make those possible cuts.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 9, 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. 9, 1917.

Treide Named Business Person of Year

PJ Treide, owner of Bighorn Design Studio, was named the business person of the year Wednesday during the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

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