The “Janes” Have It

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It was a party like none other and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

This Week's Poll Question

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Wyoming is one of 32 states that still authorize the death penalty. Here lethal injection is used and if that's not available, the gas chamber is the next option.

Report On Student Breakfasts Given To School Board

Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees were updated on the latest numbers of kids in the district that are participating in their breakfast program.

Buffalo Food Pantry In Need Of Meat Donations

Buffalo's Bread Of Life Food Pantry is putting a call out to all residents for help in feeding those in need in the community.

Senior Center Pancake Supper Offers Good Food and Fun

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The annual Pancake Supper Fundraiser for the Buffalo Senior Center was last Friday at the senior center and featured good food and fun and entertainment to enjoy during mealtime.

School District 1 to Meet in Big Horn

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Sheridan County School District 1 trustees will meet in Big Horn this month. The session is scheduled to start Monday evening at 6 in room 211 of Big Horn High School.

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review. During a two-day legislative forum in Sheridan, State Representative Rosie Berger said that despite the state having an increase on investment returns, legislators will remain conservative during the upcoming budget session.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 19, 1914

Now here's Sheridan Media's journey back in time report from one hundred years ago. Here's what The Sheridan Enterprise newspaper reported on this day, Jan. 19 of 1914.

Wyoming Lawmakers Ask About Details of Magpul Deal

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - State lawmakers are asking questions about a proposed $13 million state loan-grant package for a Colorado firearms accessories manufacturer moving its operations to Wyoming. Magpul Industries recently announced plans to move its manufacturing and shipping to Cheyenne.

Mead Expresses Support for UW President McGinity

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LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - Gov. Matt Mead says he has confidence in new University of Wyoming President Dick McGinity. Mead says he intends to focus on the stability that McGinity offers the state's only four-year university rather than any concerns over how he was hired.