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Ranchester Council to Deal with Tabled Items

Ranchester's town council members will consider items tabled from earlier sessions when they meet next week.

Library Board to Receive Update on Lewis Street

Sheridan County Public Library trustees anticipate an update on Lewis Street construction when they meet next week.

Sheridan Man Charged With Second Degree Murder

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UPDATE-- 57-year-old Paul Brookhouse, who's been charged with Second Degree Murder, made his initial appearance in Sheridan County Circuit Court Friday afternoon. Brookhouse is charged with the killing of 62-year-old James Lee Drake Thursday night in Sheridan County.

Sheridan Man Arrested for Alleged Murder

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A Sheridan man has been arrested on Second Degree Murder charges for the alleged shooting of another individual Thursday night.

Chief Ramps Up Traffic Detail

A local police chief is ramping-up traffic coverage. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

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Supreme Court Overturns Sheridan Woman's Conviction

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The Wyoming Supreme Court his week overturned the conviction of a Sheridan woman. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Open House Scheduled For North Sheridan Interchange Project

The Wyoming Department of Transportation will be hosting an open house next week to give people the opportunity to learn more about the North Sheridan Interchange Project.

Wings and Wheels Event Coming Up

The Third Annual Wings and Wheels event will be this weekend and organizer and Amy Gerlock said children will get the opportunity to fly for free once again. Wings and Wheels is sponsored by Wyoming Pilots For Christ.

Grant Applications Completed For Eastern Business Corridor

Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett, in her report to the city council at their last meeting, said the grant applications to study the feasibility of a high-tech business park and a business corridor on the eastern edge of Buffalo have been completed and submitted to the state.

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