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Get Your Geek On at Jo Co Library Sale

Some of the Star Trek memoribilia that will be on sale this week at the Johnson County Library in Buffalo.

This Thursday through Saturday, you can “get your geek on” during a sale to benefit the Johnson County Library's Buffalo and Kaycee Branches. Boxes of Star Trek memorabilia and collectibles will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

Fires Keep Jo Co Fire Busy Over Weekend

A number of fires this past weekend in Johnson County kept the county fire department busy. Two grass fires and a vehicle fire were reported and dealt with by the department.

Rail Crossings Closed on US 336 Wyarno Road Today

WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Rhonda Holwell

Burlington Northern Santa Fe will close a railroad crossing in Sheridan County today for rail work.

Where It All Went Wrong

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Late last week SEEDA Board members Dave Kinskey and Molly Steel along with SEEDA Chairman Dr. Paul Young met with Sheridan Quality Child Care Initiative Chairman Paul Del Rossi and SQCCI Accountant Steve Rucki about what lead to the demise of the Hand in Hand Childcare Center in Sheridan.

One Dead in I-90 Rollover North of Wyoming-Montana Line Tuesday

Montana Highway Patrol (courtesy Creative Commons)

A one-vehicle rollover south of Hardin near the Wyoming-Montana line left a 24-year-old male dead before 8 am on Tuesday. Montana Highway Patrol officer on scene Eric Winburn explains the crash.

City of Sheridan Moves Forward With Compliance Plat for Commercial Park

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City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

A compliance plat for the 56.9 acre Sheridan Commercial Park located east of Interstate 90 and north of Brundage Lane was approved by the City Planning Commission.

NWS in Billings Says More Thunderstorms Expected Tuesday

According to the NWS in Billings, thunderstorms throughout last night in Sheridan County will be followed by more later today. Shawn Campbell, meteorologist intern with the National Weather Service in Billings, explains.

Advocacy and Resource Center Isn't Just For Women

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Advocacy and Resource Center Isn't Just For Women

The Advocacy and Resource Center in Sheridan has been around for three decades helping victims of all violent crimes. While the center most typically deals with cases where the woman is the victim, they have been seeing more and more men reach out for assistance over the years as well.

Kennon Products to Showcase Cabin Liner at DOD Conference

A veiw of the cabin liner Kennon will present at a Dept. of Defense conference this September, hoping for grants to continue research for the project. (Photo Courtesy of Kennon Products)

Kennon Products of Sheridan will present a new aircraft cabin liner system at a Department of Defense conference in Atlanta next month.

Chamber and College Working on “Welcome Bags”

Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Dixie Johnson

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Workforce Development Committee is once again working with the Orientation Committee at Sheridan College to provide welcome bags for students at the College this fall.