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Shooting Range: Jo Co Sets Next Meeting For Decision

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their regular Tuesday meeting, again discussed the proposed indoor shooting range before tabling the issue until their next meeting September 3rd.

Buffalo Council Approves Partial Final Payment For Project

At their Tuesday meeting, the Buffalo City Council approved a partial final payment to Barnum Construction on the 18-inch Water Transmission Line Project.

Upland Bird and Small Game Seasons Opening Soon

Opening day for hunting mourning doves, sharp-tailed grouse, blue grouse, ruffed grouse, and small game is set for September 1st, 2013.

Voters Say No to College Bond Issue

Tuesday was judgment day for the Sheridan College bond issue, as over 5,400 voters cast ballots in the special election. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

A Day for Bernice

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Council Chambers at Sheridan City Hall was the site Tuesday afternoon for a special ceremony proclaiming August, 20th as Bernice Marshall Day.

Rep. Madden on Decline in Standardized Test Scores Across Wyo.

The Casper Star-Tribune recently reported on a statewide decline in standardized test scores across Wyoming. Based on 2012 figures released by the Wyoming Department of Education this month, scores on the Performance Assessment for Wyoming Students declined in every subject for elementary and middle school students compared to 2011.

Commissioners Reject Airport Construction Bids

At their meeting Tuesday, the Sheridan County Board of County Commissioners rejected a series of bid packages for construction at the Sheridan County Airport. Three separate packages were introduced by airport manager, John Stopka, who recommended the commissioners not accept the bids.

Commissioners Say 'Nay' to Riparian Amendments

After two hours of public comment at their Tuesday meeting, the Sheridan County Board of County Commissioners voted 4-1 against the controversial riparian management amendments. Commissioner Terry Cram was the lone vote in favor of the proposed regulations, which would have established a buffer zone on certain areas of private property adjacent to a stream or river.

Park Land and Open Space Irrigation Water Rates

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At the request of a local Homeowners Association, the City of Sheridan will begin offering a reduced water usage charge to Homeowner Associations and non-profit entities responsible for maintaining major subdivisions and planned unit developments.

County Briefs From Recent Meetings

The Johnson County Commissioners, at recent meetings, discussed and/or acted on a number of smaller issues ranging from the appointment of deputy county coroners to a possible agreement for an indoor shooting range.

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