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Court Overturns Ruling on Property Owner's Rights

A decision passed down by district court in Sheridan demanding that a land owner east of Sheridan clean up her property has now been overturned by a higher court.

School District Recognizes Top Teacher, Certifications

Mike Scarlett, right, listens as he is introduced to the school board Monday night. Photo courtesy Marcy Schueler.

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees recognized the Teacher of the Year and the latest teachers who have earned National Board Certification.

County Backs Mental Health Grant Application

The Johnson County Commissioners ap proved the chair to sign a letter of support for Northern Wyoming Mental Health to send with their grant application for annual funding for their program.

City Council Hears Planner's Report

Buffalo's City Council got the latest update from their new City Planner Lynn Barrett at their last meeting.

Barrett said she has not received any new planning and zoning applications in the last month.

Bridal Prevue Helps Prepare for the Big Day

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The annual Sheridan Media Bridal Prevue will take place Saturday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Jim Schellinger is one of the organizers for the event, and he says that it's a one stop shop for those looking to tie the knot this year.

Sheridan College Offering Free Tax Help

Students and faculty in the Sheridan College business department will once again be offering the free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program this year.

Market Outlook Presentation Set for Early February

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Fred Dickson with D.A. Davidson will once again be offering a free market outlook presentation in Sheridan. (Courtesy Photo)

Chief Market Strategist and Vice President for investment advisement company D. A. Davidson, Fred Dickson, will be making his annual market outlook presentation in Sheridan in early February.

Kennon Spokesman Talks About Military Connections

Dale Hall of Kennon used an example to show the audience the materials used. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A group gathered recently for a soup luncheon at a local community center learned about one of the area's global businesses.

Leslie Stratmoen was there and files this report.

'Longmire' Starts Filming Third Season

Author Craig Johnson told a group in Sheridan, over the holidays, that he thought the series would be picked up. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The television series “Longmire,” which is based on the books by Ucross author Craig Johnson, is returning to New Mexico for filming.