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Bikers, Walkers Raise Money For Sheridan Community Land Trust

Colin Betzler (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

Biking or running along the Soldier Ridge Trail at the foot of the Bighorns in Sheridan seemed the perfect fundraiser for the Sheridan Community Land Trust organization, three years ago.

Library Program Has People Eating Their Words

Visitors to the Sheridan library will be eating their words, literally, next week, as part of a special program.

Missouri Couple Accused of Killing Exes, 2 Kids

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A couple from Missouri has waived extradition to face first-degree murder charges in Wyoming in the deaths of their ex-spouses and two children more than 30 years ago.

Chamber: Employers Must Provide Health Care Notice

The Sheridan Chamber of Commerce has issued an alert regarding the Affordable Care Act.

Board Learns How Obamacare Will Affect JCHC

At their last meeting, the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees learned what effect Obamacare, or the Affordable Care Act, will have on the facility and its employees.

County To Discuss Resolution For Funding Library Expansion

On the Agenda for the Johnson County Commissioners' meeting Tuesday is a Resolution for the use of Consensus Funds to pay for the expansion at the Johnson County library. The discussion will begin at 9:30 this morning (October 1).

Athlete To Speak At Jo Co Library October 8

Coming up next week at the Johnson County Library, endurance athlete Jennifer Pharr Davis will speak about her career both as an athlete and as an author.

Cap Tax and Its Importance to the City

In just over a month, Sheridan County voters will decide whether to renew the Capital Facilities Tax for a maximum of $40 million over 8 years. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

UW Researchers Performing Study to Control Coyote Numbers

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Chemical neutering to control wild coyote populations in the state is being looked at by a group of researchers from the University of Wyoming. Zoology doctoral degree student Marjorie MacGregor says they hope to use chemicals to neuter the coyotes without changing the animal’s natural behavior.

Dayton Man Killed In Crash

The Wyoming Highway Patrol has confirmed that 49-year-old David Plymell of Dayton was killed Sunday afternoon in a crash on US 14 five miles west of Dayton in Sheridan County.

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