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Sheridan County Sheriff's Office to Receive Upgrades

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Sheridan County Sheriff Dave Hofmeier

Work on renovating and upgrading the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office will begin soon. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Lawyer Wants Hearing for Sheridan Teen Convicted of Murder

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Lawyer Wants Hearing for Sheridan Teen Convicted of Murder

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A teenager serving a sentence of life without parole in the home invasion killing of an elderly Sheridan man wants a new court hearing on whether he received an adequate legal defense.

Green House Living Nears Opening

Green House Living is about two weeks away from its planned opening date on January 5 as administrators moved into their offices this week and employees undergo training.

Wyoming Jobless Rate Steady at 5.8% for November

Wyoming's unemployment rose marginally from October to November from 5.7 to 5.85. Sheridan County saw its numbers go up slightly from 6.1 to 6.55 in the same time period.

Yellowstone's East Entrance Opens for Winter Season

Yellowstone National Park's East Entrance is scheduled to open for the winter season today.

Buffalo Council Tables Engineer at Request of Citizen

The Buffalo City Council voted to table the hiring of a joint city/county engineer after hearing an explanation of why he thought the position was unnecessary from concerned citizen Ron Williams.

BHS 'Holiday Helpers” Out In Force Wednesday Morning

Members of the BHS Band play Christmas tunes downtown during the Holiday Helpers event to raise money and food donations for the Bread of Life Food Pantry.

Buffalo High School students were out in the community Wednesday morning performing various tasks, lending their talents musically or vocally, or serving the community in a number of ways.

JCHC Construction, Budget Updates

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's construction project is on schedule for the most part, and still projected to finish under budget, according to Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward.

Weather May Have Played a Role in Two Wyoming Highway Fatalities

Weather may have played a role in two Wyoming Highway Fatalities

Icy roadways appeared to have played a role in a one-vehicle fatal crash Wednesday morning two miles north of Ranchester on Interstate 90 in Sheridan County.

Governor Mead Asks for More Thorough Testing of Wells in Pavillion

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead has asked for the Environmental Protection Agency's cooperation in scientific review of groundwater analysis.

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