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Final Move for Barn Waits on Dry Weather

An old barn has gone to a new home in Sheridan County. Sheridan Media's Pat Blair has the report.

Local Representative to Attend Natural Gas Meeting

State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn will attend a meeting in Cheyenne on May 14 to start exploring how to provide natural gas service to rural and unserved areas in Wyoming.

Look Back in Time: March 28, 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 March 28, 1914.

Local Agencies Work Together on Special Needs Home

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The Rotary Club of Sheridan and Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns partnered to build a specially constructed home for a Sheridan girl and her family after an accident left the teenager quadriplegic.

Spring Planting Time Coming, Not Here Yet

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It's been a long winter, and many Sheridan residents are eager to get into their gardens. But University of Wyoming Extension Educator Scott Hininger says don't break out those spades and trowels just yet.

Book Signing Draws Big Crowd

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Wyoming native and best selling author C.J. Box was in town Thursday for a book signing of his newest Joe Pickett novel “Stone Cold” and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.

College Outdoors Club to Host Gear Swap

The Sheridan College Outdoor Adventure Club is once again gearing up to host a community gear swap a week from this Saturday. According to a media release from Sheridan College, the sale is open to the public, with no admission charged.

Newest Military Fighter Planes Have Kennon Shields

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The Kennon company based in Sheridan that's created many products for U.S. Military airplanes is once again making the national news. Dale Hall is the vice president of the company's business development division.

Buffalo Council Waives Building Fees For Nursing Home Project

At their last meeting, the Buffalo City Council approved a request by Sandy Ward of the Johnson County Healthcare Center to waive the building permit fees for their nursing home project.

Nursing Home Project In Jeopardy After Bids Come In Higher

The project for the Johnson County Healthcare Center to replace the existing Amie Holt Nursing Home, also known as the 2018 Project, took a hard hit Wednesday at the bid openings, when the bids came back at roughly $900,000 or ten percent higher than the engineer and architect's estimates.

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