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Johnson County Approves Liquor License Renewals

Liquor license renewal requests were approved by the Johnson County Commissioners during their last regular meeting, as was one ratification of a catering permit for an event that had already happened.

State Strikes Deal to Secure 18.5% of Arch’s Bond Obligation

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by Dustin Bleizeffer | Wyofile.com

Hats Spark Memories of the Past

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Stella Montano's hat collection is on display at the senior center. (Photo Copyright Leslie Stratmoen)

A collection of hats that are on display at the local senior center, are sparking memories of the past. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Moose, Bighorn Sheep Hunting Licenses Now Available

Hunting licenses for moose and bighorn sheep are now available. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Legislative Update: Berger Gives Legislative Report

We were able to catch up with State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn this morning before she headed off to a meeting, to hear how this first week of the legislative session went.

Ranchester History Includes Bank Robbery

Early photo of the Ranchester depot.

Settled in the late 1800s, by 1910, the little town of Ranchester, Wyoming, which is northwest of Sheridan in Sheridan County, was notable for a row of painted yellow houses.

State Budget Crunch and How it May Affect Sheridan

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The Wyoming Legislature’s Budget Session began earlier this week in Cheyenne. Legislators are tasked with crafting a balanced budget for the biennium despite a grim financial outlook due to a slumping mineral industry.

A Diverse Economy

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As many communities around Wyoming are struggling economically due in large part to the drop in oil prices and federal regulations that have stifled the coal industry, Sheridan continues to prosper.

Fair Board to Send Contract to Attorney

The Sheridan County Fair Association will send a proposed agreement for WIFI equipment at the fairgrounds to the county attorney for review after adding language regarding where the equipment will be placed.

High School Offers 'Early Out' Program

Sheridan High School students don't have to wait until summer or the next school year to make up failing grades in their classes.

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