Northwest College student Bryce McKenzie discussed agriculture issues at a recent Wyoming Farm Bureau Young Farmer & Rancher Collegiate Discussion Meet and earned $300 cash and a trip to Nashville, Tenn.
Johnson County's Commissioners, at their last commission meeting, met with Bob Snowden, Chairman of the Optional One-Percent Sales Tax Board to discuss options the commissioners have been weighing as far as awarding the one-percent funding in the future.
The Sheridan Model Railroad Association held their annual show Saturday in the basement of the Old Taylor School. A room packed full of operating model trains had the little people as well as adults absorbed in the trains chugging along.
The Christmas bazaars are hitting high gear and hundreds of shoppers were out checking out the sales this past weekend. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott braced herself for the crowds and brings us this story.
Plastic shopping bags are a part of our normal shopping experience. Consumers and business owners use them alike. In Wyoming, we see them hanging off fences and on windy days, it's not unusual to see them flying through the air.
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