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Sign Stolen is Favorite

The project engineer for the state transportation department working on the Lewis Street Bridge reconstruction project in Sheridan said the sign that was stolen last week, was actually the second theft of the same signage.

Antler Shed Area Closed Until Mid-May

Antler hunters will have to wait a couple more weeks to get into the Amsden Creek area near Dayton where elk herds winter.

Lottery Organizers Hold Retailer Workshops

The Wyoming Lottery Corp. is holding workshops this week, throughout the state, with the one in Sheridan planned for today, from 10-2, at the Holiday Inn on Sugarland Drive.

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Kaycee Boasts Top FFA Chapter, Buffalo In Top 12

Kaycee High School has been named as the #1 FFA Chapter in the State of Wyoming for 2014, and Buffalo High School made it into the Top 12.

Old Kaycee Fire Hall To Get Heating Upgrades

Kaycee's old Fire Hall will be getting an upgrade in its heating system after the Johnson County Commissioners decided to replace all four heating units in the building later this year.

Longmire Days Planning Coming Together

Angela Jarvis and Brittiny Morrison with the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce spoke to the city council at their last meeting, giving them an update on this year's Longmire Days and submitting some requests pertaining to events at the annual celebration, scheduled for July 18th, 19th and 20th.

Mountain Snowpack Continues to Be Above Average

Monday, The National Weather Service in Riverton released the latest spring snowmelt flood potential outlook for Wyoming. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Police Department Collects Twenty-Three Pounds of Prescription Medications

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The Sheridan Police Department once again took part in the National Drug Take Back Day over the weekend, as officers were on hand in the Walgreens parking lot to collect any unused or expired prescription medications. Sheridan Police Sgt.

Arbor Day Tree Planting at Sheridan College

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To celebrate Arbor Day this Friday, employees and students from Sheridan College will be planting between 20 and 30 trees on the front lawn of the campus between 8 and 2. The celebration is free and the public is encouraged to attend and help plant the trees.

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