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A Look Back in Time: April 16, 1914

The fire department was called out around 1 o'clock this morning to battle a blaze in an empty boxcar at the Burlington yards.

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Commissioners Ratify Youth Camp Application To Rec Board

Johnson County's Commissioners ratified the grant application by the Youth Camp Board to the Recreation Board, after Commission Chair Delbert Eitel signed the agreement last Friday, the deadline for applications to the Rec Board.

YMCA Discusses Proposed Pool Facilities With School Board

Johnson County Family YMCA Director Mike Quast discussed the proposed renovations at the facility. They are considering two separate renovations, the first containing a competition-sized pool, the second having only a small aquatics area and three lanes for lap swimming.

Buffalo Council Approves Letter Of Intent For YMCA

The Johnson County Family YMCA, represented by Director Mike Quast, brought a Letter Of Intent before the city council Tuesday night for their review and approval.

Superintendent Hill: Provisions are Perplexing

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Wyoming State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill (Courtesy Photo)

Despite the Wyoming Supreme Court ruling that Senate File 104, the law enacted last year, essentially stripping Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill of many of her duties, is unconstitutional, Hill has yet to return to her job as head of the education department.

Forest Service Seeks Alternative Uses for Burgess Junction Facility

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The Bighorn National Forest is soliciting interest for a concessions special use permit for the operation and maintenance of the Burgess Junction Visitor Center facility on the Tongue Ranger District.

Alcohol-Related Crime Count’s High

Chief Rich Adriaens -- Photo by Leslie Stratmoen

Local Police Chief says Sheridan County's alcohol-related crime count's high. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

State Dedicates Millions to University Engineering Department

Legislators have designated millions to enhance the engineering department at the state college. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Tragedy, Billionaires and an Attempt to Hold Big Devils Tower Concert

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During a long winter of road closures, sub-zero temperatures and ample snowfall, there was a long list of interesting news happenings that involved rock bands, billionaires and tragedy in the Cowboy State.

Eye to Eye Good for Sheridan

David Flink -- Photo by Pat Blair

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended a program recently on Eye to Eye, an organization that helps children who have learning disabilities. Today, Blair steps out of her role as reporter, and shares her thoughts about the organization.

Student Art Show Opens Today

A reception for the art students of Sheridan College will be held today in the college's Martinsen Art Gallery.

Ranchester Sets Liquor License Hearing

Ranchester's Town Council meeting will begin tonight with a hearing on an application of Bernard Food Group LLC for a liquor license for the corporation's East Street Restaurant.

Seminar Topic: What Stops You From Going Forward?

Family Counselor Lynn Gordon of Sheridan will talk about “Your Edges: What Stops You From Going Forward?” at this week's Brown Bag Seminar.

Free Tax Help Offer Expires

Volunteer tax preparers with the American Association of Retired Persons or AARP helped 225 residents of Sheridan this year, with their taxes.