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First Energy Summit Starts This Week

The first Rocky Mountain Energy & Infrastructure Summit in Jackson Hole is scheduled to begin Thursday and end Saturday.

Polls Open From 7 to 7 Today in Johnson County

Today (Tuesday, August 19th) is Primary Election Day in Wyoming, and polls will open in Johnson County at 7am and remain open until 7pm tonight.

Resolutions Dominate City Council Agenda

Buffalo City Council

Four separate Resolutions are on the agenda for the Buffalo City Council to consider at their Tuesday afternoon meeting.

County, Sasol To Discuss Lake DeSmet Agreement

Johnson County's Commissioners have on today's agenda a discussion on the operating agreement for Lake DeSmet, and representatives from SaSol Synfuels International are expected to be in attendance.

Council Approves Cloud Peak Ranch Rezone

Sheridan's city council gave second-reading approval to a rezone of nearly three acres of the Cloud Peak Ranch in a meeting on Monday night.

School District 1 to Buy, Serve Local Foods

High school and junior high school students in Sheridan County School District 1 will be eating locally grown produce and beef in their lunches this coming school year.

Hayfield, Bales Burned

Sheridan and Goose Valley firefighters battled a blaze in a hayfield off West Fifth Street late Monday afternoon.

Sheridan Media Faithful Wins Lottery Jeep

Mary Ogg of Sheridan received the call on Saturday that she'd won the lottery jeep giveaway. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Being a faithful listener of Sheridan Media's Public Pulse news talk show and making the station's website her go-to place for news paid off in a big way today for Mary Ogg of Sheridan.

Sheridan Woman Wins Lottery Jeep, First Ticket Buy

The Wyoming Lottery's 2014 Jeep Wrangler was sitting in the parking lot Friday at the Sheridan Media station on KROE Lane. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A woman from Sheridan has won the Wyoming Lottery jeep and chance to purchase the first lottery ticket.

College Arena Opens This Fall

Sheridan College Arena -- Photo Provided

Students and faculty involved in the rodeo program at the local community college are becoming excited about the arena and large-animal facility opening in October.