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A Look Back in Time: July 15, 1914

Residents of Sheridan and Clearmont will receive Bozeman Trail markers courtesy of the state of Wyoming before the end of summer.

Building Inspector Reports to City Council

Toby Rhoades

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades, in his report to the city council, gave a written recap of what his office had done for the previous year.

Planning Commission Approves Minor Subdivision

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission approved the Cloud Peak Ranch 18th filing minor subdivision Monday night. The applicant, System Land, LLC, requested to subdivide just under 11 acres into two lots, zoned R-3 residential.

County Commission Briefs From Last Meeting

At their last meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners approved and signed a “Contract For Services” between themselves and the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and provided $5,000 to the chamber to help with costs associated with the upcoming Longmire Days celebration.

Final Budget Approval Coming For County Commission

Johnson County's Commissioners.

The Johnson County Commissioners will approve their final budget for Fiscal Year 2014/15 at their regular meeting scheduled for Tuesday.

College Trustees Discuss Whitney Options

Details about the benefactor of the Whitney Benefits foundation are detailed in the atrium of Sheridan College. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

With a $25 million gift from Whitney Benefits, Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees hope to embark on multiple projects of renovation, expansion and new facilities over the next three years.

Wyoming is 124 Years Young, Beginnings Auspicious

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Bill Sniffin

Should women work in coal mines?
Should there be a severance tax on coal?
Should you be literate in order to vote?
Should women be allowed to vote?
Should the state own rights to all the water?
How many people do you need to become a state?

Murray Camp Faces Accusation on Today's Show

Leading up to the Primary Election next month, we plan to help our listeners make informed decisions by presenting information on candidates through interviews and stories.

First People's Pow Wow and Dance

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Following the Rodeo Parade, the First People's Pow Wow took place with an extra special ceremony before the Grand Entry. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.