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Whitney Pays Appraisal Value for Paintings

Sheridan County School District 2 Superintendent Craig Dougherty confirmed Tuesday that Whitney Benefits purchased Bill Gollings paintings from the district for the appraised value of just over $3.2 million.

Sheridan Site Earns Business Council's First Certified Status

Land in Sheridan's Hi-Tech Business Park on the city's north side is the first site in Wyoming to be certified by the Wyoming Business Council's Site Evaluation and Certification Program.

UPDATE: “Right to Try” Bill Still Has Chance in Last Week of Session

Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

Update: The “Right to Try” legislation has passed all three readings in the House of Representatives and a concurrence vote in the Senate. The bill now heads to Gov. Matt Mead's desk.

Two Sheridan High School Seniors Receive STARR Scholarship

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Two Sheridan High School seniors were offered the prestigious STARR Charitable Foundation Scholarship--Judy Chen and Marissa Hegy.

A Place to 'Paint and Sip'

A local has opened a place to “paint and sip” downtown. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

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A Look Back in Time: March 4, 1915

Fred W. Cooper has moved in to the fish hatchery at Story to take up his duties as the new superintendent.

Buffalo Council Sells Lights To Johnson County

Buffalo City Council

Buffalo's City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, held a public hearing concerning the sale of lights from the old Centennial Park softball fields to Johnson County.
Larry Larson was the only one who offered comment on the sale.

Library Expansion Bid Awarded With Some Controversy

The bid for construction of the expansion and renovation project at the Johnson County Library was awarded to the lowest bidder during the county commissioner's meeting Tuesday, but not without a bit of controversy.

Lake DeSmet Shoreline Regulations Given To Commissioners

Lake DeSmet Advisory Board

The first draft of the Lake DeSmet shoreline regulations were delivered to the Johnson County Commissioners at their Tuesday meeting for their approval.

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