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School District Appoints Rec Board-members

Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees appointed three members to the Johnson County Recreation Board at their meeting Monday night.

There were five applicants, two of which were incumbents; John Hepp and Scott Mills.

Game Department Changes Bison Licensing

As Bud Stewart moves into the role of spokesperson for the local Game and Fish Department, he says it's time to apply for big-game hunting licenses.

Buffalo Police Give Few Details on Early Morning Crash

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave what details he could on a crash that happened early this morning on South Main Street
in Buffalo.

Group Wants Public Access to Big 5

A group called PLUC, which stands for Public Land User Committee, wants the people of the greater Sheridan and Johnson county area to band together to fund a road and parking lot on a piece of public land.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 11, 1914

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Feb. 11, 1914.

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County Agrees to Become Financial Agent For Drug Court

The Johnson County Commissioners agreed to become the financial agent for the drug court, after speaking to County Attorney Ken DeCock who requested the county do so at their last meeting.

Legislature Pledges a 'Smart, Responsible Budget'

The Majority of the Wyoming State Legislature outlined plans Monday to deliver a smart, responsible budget that invests in Wyoming's local communities, workforce and future.

Annual Chamber Report Focus of Monthly Luncheon

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will be holding their monthly luncheon Wednesday (February, 12) at the Sheridan Holiday Inn. Chamber C-E-O Dixie Johnson will be giving the annual chamber report during the luncheon.

Buffalo Comprehensive Plan Needs Updated

Buffalo's new city planner Lynn Barrett has been busy over the last few weeks, mainly with issues concerning the planning commission.

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