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County Awards Fuel Bid To Good 2 Go Stores

Johnson County's Commissioners awarded the annual fuel contract for fiscal year 2015 after reviewing the two bids that were were submitted, one from Good 2 Go Stores and the other from Bighorn Co-op.

Realtor Discusses City Lots For Affordable Housing

Craig Wetterlund, a realtor from Buffalo, came before the Buffalo City Council at their last regular meeting to ask if the council would consider selling some city-owned lots in the southern portion of the city for the development of affordable housing.

A Look Back in Time: July 28, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on July 28, 1915.

Wyoming Disaster Relief Tops One Million

State and federal disaster assistance grants and low-interest loans now top $1 million for Wyoming families and individuals impacted by spring flooding.

Amazing Black Hills That Are Not in South Dakota

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There is so much more to see than just Devils Tower.

I am writing about the “Wyoming Black Hills,” which although lesser known than their South Dakota big brothers, still offer some wonderful visiting opportunities.

Yes, Devils Tower is the center of everything.  This towering monolith was our nation’s first national monument back in 1906 and it is a totally impressive place.

2015 County Fair Gets Under Way

The Sheridan County Fair gets into full swing this week, with a dog show starting at 9 Monday at the Exhibit Hall.

Smoke House, Hammer Chevrolet Win at BHEC

Big Horn Smoke House versus R.R. Williams in polo play Sunday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Big Horn Smoke House team defeated R.R. Williams by a coin toss Sunday during polo play at the Big Horn Equestrian Center in Big Horn.

This Week’s Poll Question

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ObamaCare has seen multiple repeal attempts by both the House and Senate and still stands as law. Twice it has been taken to the Supreme Court and twice the Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act.

Dayton Days Another Success

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The day began with a pancake breakfast, followed by the one mile run which kicked off the parade, a duck race and then to Scott Bicentennial Park for an afternoon of food, fun, friends, and plenty of music.

Airport Manager Reports 'Positive' Meeting with TSA

Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka said he had a “very positive meeting” last week with representatives of the federal Transportation Security Administration, and he's feeling good about reinstating security at the facility.

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