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Judge Explains State Court System

State Supreme Court Justice William Hill presented an overview of Wyoming's court system at the start of Tuesday's “You Be the Judge” program at Sheridan College.

Learn How to Keep Kids ‘Healthy and Safe’ Saturday

A photo from last year's event. Photo by Judy Hagerott.

With the school year coming to end and summer creeping up, the time has come for another Healthy and Safe Kids Day.

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Treasurer Gordon Addresses Buffalo Council

Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon. Photo by Aaron Palmer

Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon of Buffalo, spoke to those attending the Buffalo City Council meeting Tuesday evening, updating them on the happenings in this year's legislative session, the status of the Treasury and what residents of the state can expect in 2016.

Chamber Honors Councilman Haskins

Councilman Wes Haskins. Photo by Aaron Palmer

Buffalo City Councilman Wes Haskins was presented with an award by Angela Fox, Director of the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, recognizing him for his years volunteering and working to bring chamber events to the community, and his service on the chamber board.

Johnson County Adopts Amended Mikesell-Potts Regulations

Johnson County's Commissioners gave final approval on the regulations for the county-owned Mikesell-Potts Recreation Area at Lake DeSmet.

A Look Back in Time: April 23, 1915

E.C. Woodley of Wyola purchased a new tractor today from the Sheridan Commercial company.

Guests Preview Keystone Event

Elise Brandt, Bobbi Mitzel and Rindy West talked about the Keystone Award on The Morning Show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The annual Keystone Awards event, hosted by the Sheridan Senior Center to honor extraordinary people in the community, will be held Thursday night at the WYO Theater in Sheridan.

Students Fill Auditorium for Special Court

Students fill auditorium Wednesday morning. (Photo by Pat Blair)

High school students from all three Sheridan County school districts filled Sheridan High School's auditorium to near-capacity Wednesday morning for an unusual event.

Adviser: State Won’t Protect Greater Sage Grouse in Gas Field

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Wyoming sage grouse coordinator Tom Christiansen

WyoFile.com — Wyoming will let the federal government, not a state conservation plan for greater sage grouse, govern how a proposed gas field is developed in critical winter range, a state adviser said last week.

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