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Balow Prepares for Office

Jillian Balow will take office as Wyoming's new superintendent of public instruction in ceremonies on Jan. 5.

Whaley Pleads Not Guilty to Entry Charge

Paul Whaley pleaded not guilty this week to a charge of criminal entry.

Crashes Injure One, Could Prompt Traffic Changes

One vehicle crash this week resulted in a minor injury, and another could lead to a change in traffic regulations.

Ownership Agreement Amended

(Photo by Ron Richter)

An amendment to the ownership agreement between the City of Sheridan, Sheridan County, and the Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board regarding the Sheridan Commercial Park was approved by the Joint Powers Board Wednesday.

Annual Tuba Christmas Concert Comes up on Weekend

The annual Tuba Christmas concert in Sheridan will be presented on Saturday.

Game Officials Seek Help with Poaching Case

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Game Warden Chris Baird is investigating an incident where four mule deer does and fawns were taken illegally over the Thanksgiving Holiday in the Kemmerer area.

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Buffalo Council Approves More Taps on City Waterline

Buffalo's City Council has approved two more water taps on the recently-completed NW Water Pipeline for two residences in the county.

Commissioners Approve Next Phase Of Library Project

Johnson County's Commissioners.

Johnson County's Commissioners approved Commission Chair Delbert Eitel to sign an agreement with Plan One Architects of Cody to move into the bidding and negotiation phase of their library expansion project.

'Longmire' Author Makes Appearances in Local Area

The historic Occidental Hotel in Buffalo will host a book reading Saturday night for local author Craig Johnson, who is the writer of the Longmire Series of novels.

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