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Jo Co Tentatively Agrees to Trabing Road Contract

The Johnson County Commissioners at last week's meeting, voted to tentatively award the contract for work on Trabing Road to Altitude Land Company, pending review from both the county attorney and Altitude Land Co.

Easter Eggs Galore at Kendrick Park

10-year-old friends Skyleur (l) and Payton compare egg contents during the 2011 Easter Egg Eggstravaganza, sponsored by Vertical Church and Sheridan Media.

The Good Friday storm lifted in time for the annual Easter Egg Eggstravaganza, held Saturday morning at Kendrick Park.

Ten Graduate from S.C.O.P.E. Program

The ten S.C.O.P.E. graduates proudly display their Certificates of Completion. Those who also pass their GED requirements will get to walk with the graduates at the upcoming Sheridan College Commencement exercises on May 7th.

The spring 2011 class of the S.C.O.P.E. program graduated during a ceremony at Sheridan College on April 22nd.

1st Annual Food Expo is Saturday in Sheridan

The 1st annual Local Food Expo will be Saturday April, 30th in Sheridan.

The University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service has teamed up with a number of local agencies in Sheridan to host the first-ever Local Foods Expo.

Poll Question: City Council Decision on Grimshaw Development

A 3-story affordable housing apartment will not be built west of Sheridan because of zoning regulations.

At the April 18th Sheridan City Council meeting, Sheridan developer Steve Grimshaw approached the Council to see if they would reconsider approving a re-zone from R-1 to R-3 on property west of Sheridan.

Winding Up Earth Week

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Banff Film Festival Saturday Night

Saturday night finished up last week's Earth Day activities with the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour held at the WYO Theater.

G&F To Go Over Proposed Changes at Upcoming Meetings

The Game and Fish will be holding a series of meetings in May on proposed changes to fishing regulations. Pictured: Sheridan Regional Fisheries Supervisor Paul Mavrakis. (Courtesy Photo)

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding a series of public meetings in early May to go over proposed changes to fishing regulations and watercraft and license issuance regulations.

Report Shows that Wyoming Knows How to Cash in on Oil and Gas

New report shows that Wyoming knows how to cash in on oil and gas. (Courtesy Photo)

Wyoming is singled out in a new report on oil, gas and coal development and how those projects affect state economics.

Avoid Ticks During Outdoor Activities to Help Prevent Disease

Wyoming Department of Health reminds residents that tick season is just about here.

The Wyoming Department of Health says that taking a few simple steps to avoid ticks while outdoors this spring and summer can go a long ways in prevention of becoming ill with a tick-borne disease.

Programs Explain How to Preserve Family Heirlooms

Two programs, sponsored by the Trails End State Historic Site in Sheridan and The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo, will teach participants how they can preserve family treasures and heirlooms.