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Law Enforcement Taking Proactive Approach to Curtail Bar Incidents

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During the past 6 months there have been several incidents at bars in Sheridan that involved an individual being stabbed or cut with a knife during an altercation.

Prevention Management Organization Updates Commissioners

Sydney Rowe and Anne Quast, with the Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming (or PMO), gave a presentation to the Johnson County Commissioners updating them on what the organization has been up to and what they will be working in the near future.

Buffalo Building Inspector: Permits Picking Up

Building permits for new houses have picked up in recent weeks, according to Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhaodes, who presented his report to the City Council at their last meeting.

Wyoming Game and Fish Signs Lake DeSmet Lease Agreement

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has finally signed the lease agreement between themselves and Johnson County for water rights in Lake DeSmet to protect the fishery and recreation there.

Commission Considers Coroner Pay Options

After decades of paying the county coroner by the case, the Sheridan County commissioners are considering setting a salary for the elected position.

Mayor Encourages Leaders to Embrace Growth Mission

In a presentation to business leaders earlier this month, Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey said their goal is clear and has been the same for years.

Signs, Vehicle, Merchandise Stolen

Three thefts showed up on the Sheridan Police Department's weekend logs, one which targeted the Lewis Street Bridge project being done in partnership by the city and state. Sgt. Travis Koltiska provided the details from the officer's report.

The King of Yellowstone

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This is one of my favorite Wyoming stories and it includes an interesting twist at the end.

Yellowstone National Park is just about my single most favorite place on the planet. It is this vast two million acre park full of wonderful creatures and amazing sites.

Chamber Offices Move Next Month

Come next month, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce office will be relocating to 171 North Main Street, which is a space soon to be vacated by Sheridan College.

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