Motorists traveling along Brundage Lane in Sheridan will soon have to slow down a bit due to a change in the speed limit from 40 to 30 miles an hour. WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell explains why the speed limit is being reduced.
In the summer of 2013, the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority elected to participate in a site certification program for land they own in the Hi-Tech Business Park in north Sheridan.
In a release issued today from the campaign office of candidate Mike Ceballos, who's running for state superintendent, he said he's overwhelmed by the recent endorsements coming from major news outlets and former governors.
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