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Councilmen Join Natural Gas Board

Ranchester Councilmen Peter Clark and Randy Sundquist will represent the town on a joint powers board that will explore the possibility of bringing natural gas service to the Tongue River Valley.

College Reschedules Artist Reception

Sheridan College in Johnson County will host an Artist Reception for two area photographers Friday evening at the campus on South Main Street.

The reception has been rescheduled from an earlier one canceled during the first big snowstorm of the year two weeks ago.

Health Official Discusses Flu, Risks

The Johnson County Board of Health had their quarterly meeting with the county commissioners Tuesday, and Doctor Mark Schueler discussed the need for residents to get the flu vaccine.

Senior Center Boiler Expected To Last Through Winter

Monte Roma, Mechanical Engineer with Associated Construction Engineering of Sheridan, gave a report to the Buffalo City Council Tuesday night, saying he believes the boiler at the Buffalo Senior Center can last through the winter.

Rec. District Looking to Upgrade Softball Complex

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The Sheridan Recreation District is looking at implementing several aesthetic upgrades to the Sheridan Community Softball Complex that's located on the campus of Sheridan College. Rec.

Kerns WHMA Closed to Vehicles

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has issued a notice that the Kerns Wildlife Habitat Management Area located 12 miles northwest of Parkman in the Bighorn Mountains is closed to motorized vehicle travel until further notice.

Kendrick Pool Usage Numbers Up

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The hot dry summer made Kendrick Pool in Sheridan a popular destination this year. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Sleepy Driver Causes Power Outage

The driver of the truck that crashed into a power pole earlier in the week, knocking out electricity to much of the town of Buffalo, is facing charges.

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder explains what happened and what charges the driver faces.

Buses Mostly Unhindered By Weather

In contrast to last week, officials with Sheridan County's three school districts reported no disruptions in bus schedules or operations from the storm that moved through the area Monday.

Panel Approves Special Counsel

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As a state House investigative committee continues discussions regarding the alleged misconduct by Superintendent Cindy Hill, the Legislature's management council has unanimously approved spending $100,000 to hire an attorney to lead the investigation.

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