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Sign Ordinance Meeting Draws Crowd

The Buffalo Planning and Zoning Commission hosted a public comment and input session after their regular meeting Tuesday, giving citizens the opportunity to speak on the proposed Sign Ordinance the commission is looking to implement.

Late Night Calls Not From Code Red System

Marilyn Connolly

Over the last couple of weeks, Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly has received reports that people in the county have been getting late-night phone calls where messages were claiming the calls were coming from the county.

The Aftermath of Pearl Harbor

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Mel Heckman

December 7th was the anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, but what happened in the days after the attack? Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott visited with Mel Heckman, a Pearl Harbor survivor and brings us this story.

Rainy Day Fund and Government Transparency

Wyoming State Senator Dave Kisnkey, who represents District 22, which encompasses Johnson and Sheridan Counties, has been busy with an open ear, getting ready for the upcoming legislative session, which will be his first.

Proposed EPA Rule Still Causing Concern

A proposed Environmental Protection Agency rule is not sitting well with state and local officials. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Trustees Tour District 1 Facilities

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees toured district offices and transportation facilities and visited all of the district's schools in a special work session on Wednesday.

Fluoridation to Begin Soon

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

City of Sheridan and Sheridan Area Water Supply customers will be receiving notice with this month's utility bill that the fluoridation of the Big Goose and Sheridan Water Treatment Plants will begin in early January.

Hits Were 'Shake if Off' Video, Networking Exercise

Showing members how to network was the goal of today’s Chamber lunch, but the message that stuck was how to shake it off – shake off the laundry, house cleaning, cooking and worries.

Plane Crashes Off Metz Road

Photo of plane after crash (Courtesy of Sheridan County Airport)

A home-built plane registered to Ron Lytton crashed in a field off of Metz Road early Wednesday afternoon.

IRS Botched Payments Cost Taxpayers Billions

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News is coming in today from Washington that the IRS has improperly paid out more than $20 billion in tax credits.