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Planning Commission Recommends Approval of Annexation

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City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

The City of Sheridan Planning Commission recommended approval of annexing 56.9 acres of land into City limits that is located north of the intersection of Brundage and Commercial Lanes.

Wyoming Perkins' “Unaffected” by Corporate Bankruptcy

The corporate filing for Chapter 11 by Perkins and Marie Callender's, Inc." does not apply to any Perkins Restaurant & Bakeries in Wyoming.

A June 13th article written in the Wyoming Business Report indicated that “Perkins and Marie Callender's Inc., owner of the Perkins and Marie Callender's restaurant chains, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in a Delaware court” Monday.

Concealed Carry Law and How It Effects Law Enforcement

Concealed Carry Law and How It Effects Law Enforcement

In a little over two weeks the concealed carry law will go into effect in Wyoming, which essentially means that citizens will no longer need a permit to carry a gun concealed.

WYO Rodeo Boot Kick-Off Expanded This Year

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A youngster takes part in the stick horse race at last year's Sheridan WYO Rodeo Boot Kick-Off.

This year's 81st Annual Sheridan WYO Rodeo will get underway with an expanded Boot Kick-Off celebration on the front lawn at Sheridan College Saturday, July 9th.

Governor Mead to Sign Safety Alliance This Week

Governor Mead to Sign Safety Alliance This Week

In an effort to increase safety in the oil and gas industry, the Wyoming Occupational Safety and Health Administration will officially set forth an alliance with the Wyoming oil and gas industry, which will be sanctioned by Governor Matt Mead this Wednesday.

WYO Kids Safety Campaign: Got Wheels? Wear a Helmet

WYO Kids Safety Campaign: Got Wheels? Wear a Helmet

Wyoming kids are gearing up for summer fun, and the Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association is working to make sure that “gear” includes a helmet. The organization distributes hundreds of free bicycle helmets each year, and presents safety demonstrations at fairs and schools.

Buffalo Council Discusses Water Line Again

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

The Buffalo City Council, at last week's meeting, discussed the water line on Fairgrounds Road, again deciding it is the County that is responsible for resolving the issue with the landowners in the area.

Pig Wrestling Benefits Buffalo's Summit Gymnastics

This weekend at the Johnson County Fairgrounds,there will be a pig wrestling event as a fundraiser for Buffalo's Summit Gymnastics. The fundraiser will raise money to help offset the costs involved with teaching gymnastics and traveling to competitions.

TRVCC Plans Summer Concert Series

There's always something to do at the TRVCC.

The Tongue River Valley Community Center is in its second full year of being open in Dayton, and usage numbers continue to increase, says director Erin Kilbride.

WAM Awards Community Hero Recipients

"The Dance" is one of the permanent sculptures purchased through the Public Arts Committee, Sheridan Media and many donors. PAC and SM were awarded one of two Community Hero Awards by the Wyoming Association of Municipalities on June 10th.

During the 2012 Wyoming Association of Municipalities Convention, or WAM, held last week in Sheridan, several Community Hero awards were bestowed upon two combined Sheridan groups at a banquet Friday night.