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4-H Educator Could Be on Board by Summer

A new 4-H educator could be on board in the University of Wyoming's Sheridan County extension office by the summer. That's the hope of Sheridan County University of Wyoming Extension Educator Scott Hininger, who joked about the prospect.

Researchers Say Diabetes Control Better with Friend

The Wyoming News Service reports that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is calling diabetes a "silent epidemic," among those who have served in the military – and is dedicating resources to better management of the disease.

Wyoming-made Products Needed for Summer Fairs

The Wyoming Business Council is encouraging owners of companies that sell Wyoming-made products to begin planning now for summer retail opportunities. The message is being passed on by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

Park Officials Want Help

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Managers of Yellowstone National Park are asking for the public's help in identifying who was responsible for illegally shooting and killing three bison inside the park last week.

Is Bead Fishing Illegal in Wyoming?

Due to growing interest in the fishing method of using trout beads, biologists with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be collecting data and asking for public input to determine if regulations are warranted in order to clarify the snagging law.

A Look Back in Time: March 21, 1914

Spencer's business college pulled off a surprise win against the Sheridan high school five in last night's basketball game. Final score was 26 to 13.

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G&F Seeks Information in Poaching Case

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information that will lead to the apprehension of whoever illegally killed two antelope in northeast Johnson County. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

State Representative Reflects on Court Ruling

It's been almost two months since the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled that legislation enacted last year stripping Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill of most of her duties was unconstitutional.

Buffalo Council Approves Water, Sewer Taps

Buffalo's City Council had a request before them at this week's meeting to allow a county resident to tap into city water and sewer lines to get service to his property.

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