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Mayor Says Public Sector’s Strong

Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey gave his speech during a recent Chamber lunch. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

As a continuance to a speech on the state of Sheridan’s economy, Mayor Dave Kinskey said recently that the public sector is thriving.

Land Trust Conducts Water Trail Assessment

Boaters on the Tongue River during SCLT float trip. (Photo courtesy of the Sheridan Community Land Trust)

Law Enforcement Taking Proactive Approach to Curtail Bar Incidents

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Sheridan Police Chief Richard Adriaens

During the past 6 months there have been several incidents at bars in Sheridan that involved an individual being stabbed or cut with a knife during an altercation.

Wyoming Game and Fish Signs Lake DeSmet Lease Agreement

Lake DeSmet

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has finally signed the lease agreement between themselves and Johnson County for water rights in Lake DeSmet to protect the fishery and recreation there.

Buffalo Hosting Wyoming Chamber Partnership Conference

Angela Jarvis

This week Buffalo will be hosting the annual Wyoming Chamber Partnership's annual Spring Conference.

Chambers of Commerce from around the state will be here for training, see a new community, do a little networking, and something new this year, an awards ceremony that will be attended by Governor Matt Mead.

Juvenile Mentoring Program Seeks Grant Match, New Home

Johnson County Attorney Ken DeCock

Johnson County's Juvenile Mentoring Program has been active for two years and been successful according to County Attorney Ken DeCock, who approached the county commissioners this week to seek financial support for a grant application, and to make the county aware that with the old jail site slated

Construction Begins On NW Water Pipeline Project

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook reported to the city council that the NW Water Pipeline Project has officially begun construction, with 240 feet of pipe installed in the ground the first day of construction Tuesday, April 15th.

Sheridan County Profits from Lake DeSmet Deal

Sheridan County Commissioner Tom Ringley gave us the news. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The Lake DeSmet lease agreement signed Wednesday by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and Johnston County now releases Sheridan County from any responsibility for the lake.

Brinton Show Features Illustrationist

The Brinton Museum in Big Horn is open for the 2014 season with a show by illustrator Zach Pullen. Museum Educator Barbara McNab talked about the artist.

Final Lunch Seminar Focuses on Change

Counselor Lynn Gordon focuses on change during last seminar. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Where do you want to go, and who do you want to be when you get there?

Sheridan High School Receives National Honors

U.S. News & World Report, a nationally recognized publisher of education news and information, recently announced the 2014 Best High Schools, available exclusively at usnews.com.

A Look Back in Time: April 24, 1914

Sheridan County's Democratic club held a very enthusiastic meeting last night.

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Prevention Management Organization Updates Commissioners

Sydney Rowe and Anne Quast, with the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming (or PMO), gave a presentation to the Johnson County Commissioners updating them on what the organization has been up to and what they will be working in the near future.

Buffalo Building Inspector: Permits Picking Up

Buffalo City Council

Building permits for new houses have picked up in recent weeks, according to Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhaodes, who presented his report to the City Council at their last meeting.