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Poll Question: Representative Weiner Resignation?

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U.S. Representative Anthony Weiner, (D, NY)

The news came last week that New York Representative Anthony Weiner, a Democrat, admitted to having sent lewd pictures via the Internet to various women, and then denied having done so.

2nd Annual Walk for Life

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Registration table for the "Walk for Life."

Legacy Pregnancy Resource Center held its 2nd Annual “Walk for Life” Saturday morning. A trip from Washington Park to Emerson Park and back, participants put in two miles as a fundraiser for the non profit.

Another Successful Celebrate the Arts

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Sonja Caywood at work oil painting.

A balmy Saturday was perfect weather as the three day “Celebrate the Arts” came to a finish. Twenty-three artists set up workstations in front of local businesses giving audiences a live picture of what they do.

A Day for the Birds

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Eight year-old Jersey DeHaven fast at work on her birdhouse.

A walk by Landon's Greenhouse found a bunch of youngsters hard at work on Saturday. It was all part of the Landon's Kids' Club, which gives children the opportunity to learn about gardening, all while having fun.

Jo Co Commissioners to Hire New Assistant

Johnson County Courthouse

The Johnson County Commissioners have announced a special meeting to discuss the hiring of a new Commissioner’s Assistant.

Rabies Clinic Wraps Up, Numbers Down

The Dog and Cat Shelter Only only saw about half of the animals it usually treats come for vaccinations at thier annual rabies clinic held this past week at the Kendrick Park Bandshell, according to shelter director Cel Hope.

Trail End Historic Site hosts 'Hands on History' this week

The Trail End State Historic Site will host its Hands On History program Monday through Friday where sixth through eighth grade students from around the area will learn and participate in the process of curating artifacts.

Supercomputer Construction at Halfway Point

Supercomputer Construction at Halfway Point

The National Center for Atmospheric Research and its managing organization, the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research , celebrated the halfway mark in construction of the 70 million dollar Supercomputing Center in Cheyenne with a recent media tour.

Things Are Happening at the “Inn”

The Historic Sheridan Inn has been a hotbed of activity lately.

Over the past few days the Historic Sheridan Inn has been host to a welcome reception for the Wyoming Association of Municipalities Convention and the kickoff event to the 10th annual Celebrate the Arts festival.

4-H Junior Leaders Hosting Science Camp

Gabrielle Koltiska

In and effort to “give young kids something to do,” the Junior Leaders of the Sheridan County 4-H program are hosting a one-day Science Camp later this month.