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Raises Discussed By Commissioners, Elected Officials

With Budget Sessions looming in the very near future, the county's elected officials are working to submit their annual budgets to the county commissioners. One topic of discussion in recent weeks has been possible salary increases for the employees of each department for the next fiscal year.

Club's Duck Race A Success, Summer Season Begins Soon

The 24th Annual Buffalo Swim Club's Duck Race took place Saturday in Buffalo's Clear Creek, and if ticket sales and interested people along the banks of the creek are any indication, the race was again a successful fundraiser for the club.

Request For Bids For Meadowlark School Project Published

Johnson County School District Business Manager Matt Ramey gave his report to the school board at their last meeting, updating them on the Meadowlark School drop off project.

A Look Back in Time: April 21, 1914

Disagreeable weather the past two days has forced the city to postpone the annual Clean-up Day.

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Week in Review

It's time to once again take a look back at some of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan recently won a gold medal at the World Beer Cup in Denver. Co-Owner Tim Barnes talks about the beer that won them first place in the Wood-and-Barrel-Aged Strong Beer category.

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Gillette May Ban Parking in Alleys

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GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) - Gillette is considering a ban on parking in some downtown alleys while a main road is being rebuilt. Officials say the move is necessary to help delivery drivers during and after street reconstruction.

Connor Battle Turned Tide for Arapaho

The Connor Battlefield Monument. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan Media continues its look at the local sites that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This week, reporter Pat Blair selects one of the area battlefields as her focus.

Superintendent Hill to Return to Work Monday

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Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill (Courtesy Photo)

District Judge Thomas Campbell of Cheyenne issued a formal order Friday that affirmed that the bulk of a state law that stripped most of the duties from the state superintendent of public instruction is unconstitutional.

New Museum Director Announced

(Photo by Ron Richter)

Wyoming native John Woodward has been hired as the new Sheridan County Museum director. He will start working at the museum later this month – in time for the opening of the new 2014 exhibit, “Playing Through: Sports and Recreation on Sheridan County.

College Board Approves Master Plan, Creates Honorary Degrees

Dr. Paul Young -- Pat Blair Photo

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District that administers Sheridan College and the Gillette and Johnson County campuses met last night.

Senior Center Awaits Word on Grants

Sheridan Senior Center Director Carmen Rideout is a regular guest on our Public Pulse news talk show. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Sheridan's Senior Center Director Carmen Rideout expects to hear next month on whether the center will receive state funds to build the Day Break adult care facility in a new location.

City, WyDOT Give Lewis Bridge Update

Ronda Holwell gave the rundown during the kick-off event for the project. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The reconstruction of Lewis Street Bridge in downtown Sheridan has now closed Dow Street, from Alger to Monroe.

City, County Officials Meet Next Week

As broadcast earlier in the week, the leaders of both Sheridan and Sheridan County are coming together next week to talk about issues that concern both the city and the county.

Man Jailed for Threatening Officers

A local man has been charged with multiple offenses for threatening to kill officers at a bar in Belgrade, Montana.