Congress Moves Closer to Completing Budget

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (Courtesy Photo)

Congress appears to be taking the next step this week toward completing a balanced budget. The House appointed members of a budget conference committee Tuesday, and the Senate named its members Wednesday.

Sheridan College Students Earn National Recognition

From left, Sheridan College science faculty Dr. Rob Milne, Sheridan College students Hannah Jernigan of Cheyenne, Ceirra Carlson, of Greybull, Paige Jernigan of Cheyenne and Hannah Shafer of Rapid City, South Dakota, and University of Wyoming assistant professor of plant sciences Dr. Sadanand Dhekney stand near the UW Research and Extension Center at Sheridan College. (Courtesy Photo)

A team of four Sheridan College students has been selected by an expert panel of judges as one of 10 finalists for the Community College Innovation Challenge though the National Science Foundation.

Kane Narrates History of Family Ranch

Slides illustrated Chas Kane's talk Thursday night. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Chas Kane is a long-time Sheridan County rancher, cattleman and cowboy. On Thursday night, he entertained a full house at the Holy Name Parrish Hall in Sheridan with a history of the ranches that his grandfather Philip Kane started in the 1880s.

Deadline Looms for District 29 Applicants

A third Sheridan resident has submitted his application for the House District 29 seat left vacant by the death two weeks ago of Rep. John Patton.

Director Reports After-Hours School Use

More than 3,700 people attended events in after-hours programs at Sheridan schools last month.

Centennial Theatre Owner Nabs National Award

Campbell in his office at the Centennial Theatre. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff

A Sheridan theater owner is heading to Las Vegas next week to receive a national award. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

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Grand Teton Park to net $70K more from new fee structure

JCSD1 Board Approves Assistant FBLA Sponsor Position

Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees approved creating a new sponsor position for one of the high school's activities, due to the high number of students involved.

Children's Play Presented Over Weekend in Buffalo

“Captain Bree and Her Lady Pirates,” a children's play put on by Creek Side Performing Arts, will be performed this Friday and Saturday at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

Buffalo Council Passes Rezoning, Will Work to Add Property

Buffalo's City Council at their last meeting, passed the rezoning of the downtown business district from the previous B1 to a B3 zone, but one property owner on the fringe of the boundary was upset their property was left out of the change.