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Carroll Happy to Put Primary Behind Him

Incumbent Pete Carroll defeated challenger Scott Hininger by more than 900 votes to hold on to his post as Sheridan County treasurer.

Open House Planned for New Commons

Vice President Cheryl Heath announced the date during a presentation to Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees on Wednesday.

Local Election Canvas Happens Friday

The canvas of this year's primary elections in Sheridan County will start Friday morning at 10 o'clock.

Dayton Pool Gets Use

Dayton's Art Badgett Swimming Pool had more than 2,200 visits this summer in spite of several days of closure.

Recall Issued on Almond, Peanut Butters

A food manufacturing company called nSpired Natural Foods, Inc. is voluntarily recalling certain retail lots of almond and peanut butters released under the brand names of Arrowhead Mills and MaraNatha, packaged in glass and plastic jars because of the threat of salmonella contamination. The news is coming from the Wyoming Department of Agriculture.

State Secretary Says No Recounts

The head of the state election's office says there will be no mandatory recounts in the state races, including the close race between John Patton and Ryan Mulholland, for the House District 29 seat, representing Sheridan County.

College Hires Nursing Department Liaison

Marlene Ethier is Sheridan College's Endowed Nursing Chair. (Photo Provided)

The local community college in Sheridan has hired an Endowed Nursing Chair to strengthen the college's partnership with the University of Wyoming, allowing Sheridan College nursing students to earn their bachelor's degree without leaving Sheridan.

Creative Economy Council Seeks Project Proposals

A coalition that was formed earlier this year is geared toward growing the arts in Sheridan and Johnson Counties. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

City, County Approve Library Expansion On General Ballot

Johnson County Library

Johnson County's Commissioners and the Buffalo City Council each passed a Resolution at their Tuesday meetings, approving the special one-cent tax for the library expansion project for the November General Election ballot.

Despite Predictable Results, GOP Primary Full of Surprises

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Bill Sniffin

After lots of finger-pointing, shrill complaints and off the wall ideas, the primary campaign of 2014 came to a close with predictable results.