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Jo Co Justice Center to Receive New Acoustic Panels

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek

The new Buffalo/ Johnson County Criminal Justice Center will be getting new acoustic panels in some offices and the dispatch center, after the county commissioners approved a contract to supply the materials and install them at their meeting last week.

3rd and Final Reading of Abatement Ordinance is up Before Sheridan City Council Tonight

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Sheridan City Council will meet tonight.

The Sheridan City Council will meet this evening and will address an ordinance that has been tabled numerous times. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has a preview.

Still No Interest in City's Bar and Grill Licenses

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City of Sheridan Clerk Scott Badley

During this past legislative session, lawmakers adjusted the population formula, resulting in the City of Sheridan receiving on additional bar and grill license.

Ready Pac Recalls 5K Cases Of Bagged Salads

IRWINDALE, Calif. (AP) - Ready Pac Foods has recalled more than 5,000 cases of bagged salad because of a possible E. coli contamination.

Senator Enzi Introduces Bonds Bill

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi

U.S Senator Mike Enzi recently introduced the Buy Back America Bonds Act Friday in hopes of bringing the $4.4 trillion in foreign-held debt back into American hands, giving Americans the opportunity to directly invest in their country and buy back America’s debt from countries like China, Russia and the United Arab Emirates. 

Twin-Engine Plane Crashes North Of Casper

CASPER (AP) - One person is confirmed dead in a plane crash north of Casper. Natrona County sheriff's Lt. Mark Sellers says the pilot was only person on board. The twin-engine Cessna 337 took off from Rawlins and went down around 1:50 p.m. Friday.

Land Trusts See Conservation Increases In Down Economy

SCLT Executive Director Colin Betzler

A National Land Trust Census says that voluntarily protected land in Wyoming increased by 731% in the period of 2005 to 2010.

UW Board Approves New Admission Standards Friday

LARAMIE (AP) - The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees has approved new admission standards aimed at improving student retention and graduation rates.

Mayor Reminds Residents: Check for Snow Route Alerts

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CIty of Sheridan street crews work on clearing the snow from the streets. (Photo Courtesy of the City of Sheridan)

Earlier this week the Sheridan City Council held a work session to go over the City's snow plan and policy. Part of that policy are the various streets throughout Sheridan that are designated as snow routes.

Red Grade Road to Close Monday, No Unnecessary Travel Advised Until That Time

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Red Grade Road in Sheridan County will close Monday at noon.

Due to the current weather conditions, a no unnecessary travel advisory has been issued for Red Grade Road. The Sheridan County Commissioners have also announced that effective at noon Monday, November 21, Red Grade Road will close for the season.