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Sheridan County Receives $68K From Homeland Security

Commissioner Bob Rolston (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

While the federal government’s shut down, because the country has reached its debt limit, money is still being handed out to county governments, in the name of security.

Congresswoman Stands Against Arms Trade Treaty

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Lummis' most recent visit to Sheridan included a stop at Meadowlark Elementary. (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

Wyoming's lone Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis took a stand this week, along with 180 of her House colleagues, against an Arms Trade Treaty.

Crash Knocks Out Power In Buffalo

Nearly 3,700 customers in Buffalo went without power early Tuesday morning for a little more than an hour after a truck ran into a power pole.

Buffalo Council Hands Off School

Buffalo's City Council, during their Tuesday meeting, approved the transfer of the old Clear Creek School building from the city to the Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board.

Johnson County Approves Boundary Line Adjustments

At their meeting Tuesday, the Johnson County Commissioners approved three separate boundary line adjustments brought before them by County Planner Rob Yingling.

Hill Committee Meets In Buffalo

The Special Investigative Committee set up to look into allegations of mismanagement of the State Department of Education by Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill met in Buffalo Tuesday morning.

Student Gives Spear-O-Wigwam Perspective

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(Photo Courtesy of Sheridan College)

In 2011, Sheridan College purchased the Spear-O-Wigwam Ranch in the Bighorn Mountains for the price of $650,000.

Bar Association Offers Free Advice

October 20-26 in National Pro Bono week, and the Sheridan County Bar Association has scheduled a free legal advice clinic that will take place next week in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Grant Pays For Teacher Training

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(Photo Courtesy of the University of Wyoming)

The University of Wyoming has announced that they've received a $1.2 million National Science Foundation Noyce Award to certify 70 new science and mathematics teachers in the state during the next five years.

'Longmire' Fans Brave Blustery Weather

Craig Johnson previewed his latest book Monday night in Sheridan. (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

About 40 people braved the blustery weather Monday night in Sheridan to hear one of their favorite authors talk about his latest book.

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