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Wyoming Ranks First on Business Taxes

A national non-partisan organization that compares states per their business tax climate ranks Wyoming as the best in the United States, for the fourth year in a row.

Former Clear Creek School Renamed At Monday Ceremony

The building once known as the old Clear Creek School was re-christened during a ceremony and ribbon cutting Monday night.

The new name of the facility is now the “Bomber Mountain Civic Center,” in honor of the B-17 bomber and crew that were lost in the Bighorn Mountains on a training flight during World War II.

Tie Hack Dam Passes Inspection

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, received a report from Public Works Director Les Hook on the latest inspection at the city-owned Tie Hack Dam west of Buffalo.

Commissioners Award Project To Chesbro Electric

At their last meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners reviewed bids received on a lighting upgrade project for the Historic Courthouse and awarded the project to Chesbro Electric of Buffalo.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 28, 1914

Seventeen houses have been built in Sheridan with money secured through the Sheridan Building and Loan association.

Buffalo Forges on With Water Study

The City of Buffalo is moving forward with the Level One Water Study funded by the Wyoming Water Development Commission to determine the feasibility of connecting rural residents to the municipal water supply and to upgrade the city's hydraulic software model system, which monitors and tracks city water use and needs.

Kirby Opera House a One-time Social Center

Thurston Aiken built the structure at the corner of North Gould and Brundage Street in the late 1890s or early 1900s as a roller skating rink.

Annexation Recommended for Approval

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission met Monday night. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Meet the Candidates

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The two candidates vying for the two-year seat on Sheridan's City Council were guest's on our news talk show Public Pulse Monday. Current Councilman Robert Webster talked about his experience as a councilor.

UW Facility Receives Grant to Analyze Soil Samples Nationwide

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The University of Wyoming's Stable Isotope Facility has received an $80,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. The grant will be used to analyze soil samples from across the country.

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