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Booster Station Upgrades Will Continue for SAWS System

Upgrading the booster stations within the SAWS system will continue as the SAWS Joint Powers Board approved a contract with DOWL-HKM to design the upgrades to 8 booster stations that will be replaced this year. SAWS Administrator Rod Liesinger.

Buffalo Council Gives Approval of Main Street City Signage

Marie Verger, with the Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA) approached the Buffalo City Council at their meeting Tuesday to ask for approval to put signage on Main Street designating Buffalo as a Main Street Community.

JCSD1 Approves Employment Requests For 2012-2013

The Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees, at their Wednesday meeting, approved various employment requests for the upcoming school year.

JCHC Comes To Agreements With PPOs

JCHC Administrator Sandy Ward

The Johnson County Healthcare Center Board of Trustees, at their last meeting, got an update on agreements with Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs) from Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward.

Lummis Tries To Get AML Funds Back

U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis has introduced legislation that would restore more than $700 million in federal funds to Wyoming.
The bill was filed Monday by the Wyoming Republican and Democrat Rep. Nick Rahall, of West Virginia.

Historic Mining Auto Tour In The Works

The Sheridan Community Land Trust is partnering with the Sheridan County Museum to establish an auto tour route for historic mining locations in the area. Nathan Doerr, director at the museum, talks about what this means for Sheridan.

Project Healthcare Aims to Inform Wyo Consumers

Wyomingites have a new tool to help them navigate the confusing world of health insurance, thanks to Project Healthcare.

Blue Ribbon Steak Champ

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Joe Crump and the WWC Engineering team landed 1st place at the 4th annual Blue Ribbon Steak Cook-Off Thursday night.

The 4th annual Blue Ribbon Steak Cook-Off was one of the highlights of the 3rd Thursday Street Festival in downtown Sheridan. Six teams squared off to take home this year's top prize, but when the smoke cleared, it was Joe Crump and the team from WWC Engineering that won first place.

UW Hires Design Firm for Sheridan Ag Facility

UW President Tom Buchanan, (left), and Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young at a news conference earlier this year to announce UW's purchase of the Watt Agricultrural Facility.

The University of Wyoming’s efforts to strengthen its presence in northern Wyoming will receive a significant boost as a result of action taken by the UW Board of Trustees Thursday.

Teens Serving Life Pin Hopes on Supreme Court Case

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Two Sheridan teenagers serving life prison sentences in a 2009 home invasion killing are pointing to a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision to argue for reduced sentences.

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