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Oil Spill Burned, BLM Studies Next Step

The oil spill that occurred in a remote area of the Powder River Basin last month has since been burned to clean the spill from the lands affected.

Conference Chairman Pleased With Event

Sheridan writer Aaron Holst said Sunday he was pleased with this year's Wyoming Writer's Conference.

Early June Stroll Paints Wyoming Morning

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Morning people have always impressed me. For some time now, it has been my desire to reinvent myself as a lark, rather than an owl. These two birds pretty much represent those two unique kinds of people – the morning person and the night owl.

Park's Fitness Program's Free

Sheridan's Wellness Council, the Recreation District and Emit Technologies have joined to offer ParkFit 2014, a new program that will be every Wednesday from 12:10 to 12:50 in one of the local parks.

This Week's Poll Question

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U.S. lawmakers will begin hearings this week looking into the prisoner exchange of Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl for five Guantanomo Bay Taliban detainees. Lawmakers from both parties are concerned over the White House's failure to let Congress know before the prisoner swap.

Tours Offer Glimpse of Ucross Area

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The Piney Creek “Unbarred” tour and Historic Preservation Workshop were the signature events for the Alliance for Historic Wyoming held at Ucross on Saturday.

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Car Wash Fundraiser Approved, Other Briefs From County

The Johnson County Commissioners approved a request from the Buffalo High School Spirit Squad to hold a “car wash fundraiser” in the county-owned parking lot across from the courthouse for June 14th and July 5th.

Variance Request Approved By Buffalo Council

A variance request submitted by property owners in Buffalo was approved by the city council at their last meeting.

The variance was needed to replace an existing building on property located qt 17 S. Tisdale with a new garage.

Johnson County Signs Agreement For IPAWS

At their Tuesday meeting the Johnson County Commissioners heard a report from Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly about the newest public alert system, the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (or IPAWS), which is being offered through Homeland Security /FEMA.

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