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Snowstorm Knocks Out Power

An overnight storm, Monday to Tuesday, that dropped about a half a foot of snow in eight hours in parts of Sheridan County is to blame for the power outage that knocked out electricity to 6,300 customers of Montana-Dakota Utilities for up to three hours early yesterday morning.

Irish Eyes will be Smilin'

Leslie Viren and Dan Lindly -- Photo by Leslie Stratmoen

The lilting trills of a wooden flute and penny whistle just may carry listeners away, across the heather on the hills of Ireland, today when the Celtic Sage group takes the stage at the Sheridan Senior Center.

A Look Back in Time: March 12, 1914

Statistics compiled this morning by School superintendent Early show a total enrollment of more than 1,600 pupils in Sheridan's school as of last Friday.

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Jaycees Getting Ready for Annual Fun Run

(Photo by Ron Richter)

The annual Sheridan Jaycees “Run 'Til You're Green” fun run will take place this Saturday at Kendrick Park in Sheridan. Registration will begin at 9 in the morning, with the run slated to start at 11.

Senator Enzi: Healthcare Act Was Designed to Fail

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (Photo by Ron Richter)

During a subcommittee hearing Tuesday on single-payer health care systems, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, stated that the Affordable Care Act was designed to fail and push America towards a government-run plan.

UW Students Will Spend Spring Break Volunteering

As part of the Alternative Break program, students with the University of Wyoming will spend their spring break working on projects ranging from assisting homeless youth in San Francisco to conservation efforts in Trinidad.

Johnson County Looks At Changing Lake DeSmet Lease, Decides To Keep Existing Agreement

Johnson County's Commissioners, at Tuesday's meeting, discussed the possibility of changing the tentative lease agreement between themselves and the Wyoming Game and Fish over water rights in Lake DeSmet.

School Board Updated On Search For New Superintendent

Dr. Rod Kessler

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees, at their Monday night meeting, were given an update on the district's pursuit of a new Superintendent to replace the retiring Dr. Rod Kessler.

Historical Society Presentation Wednesday In Buffalo

The newly re-formed Johnson County Historical Society will offer this month's presentation this Wednesday, March 12th at 6:30 pm at the Johnson County Library.

Geologist/paleontologist Dr. Randolph Moses will be the speaker and will present the geological history of the Trailside area of the Big Horn Mountains.

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