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Burritt Street Project Timeline Pushed

At the Johnson County School District board meeting on Monday, Business manager Matt Ramey said that the Burritt Street Project is behind schedule, and though it was anticipated that it would be done before the school year begins, the project is now estimated to be completed on October 5.

‘Longmire’ Fans Come Out for Author, Actors

Longmire's "The Ferg," aka Adam Bartley, took a few minutes in between signing autographs and posing for pictures to talk to the fans. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)
Author Craig Johnson talked about his 'Longmire' novelette to his local fans. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The popularity of the 'Longmire' book and TV series was evident Tuesday night as people flocked to a local historic spot to meet the author and actors. Leslie Stratmoen was there to bring you this report.

UPDATE: Approved County Budget includes $400K to Archive Records

Sheridan County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller provided budget details. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The commissioners of Sheridan County approved a $16.7 million general fund budget Tuesday during a regular monthly meeting, with the only major difference from last year, a $400,000 allotment to digitally archive records.

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A Look Back in Time: July 16, 1914

Sam Munesato, a Japanese lunch car man, was found dead in his rented shack on East Alger Avenue last night.

Contest Launched for Sheridan County Logo Design

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A photo of the current logo for Sheridan County. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Officials with Sheridan County have announced a public contest that will run through early August. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Antelope Butte Summer Festival

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The Antelope Butte Foundation in conjunction with the Sport Stop and the Bomber Mountain Cycling Club, will be hosting the first ever summer festival this Saturday at the Antelope Butte Ski area in the Bighorn Mountains.

Johnson County Adopts Partial Fire Ban

Johnson County's Commissioners.

Johnson County's Commissioners have enacted a partial fire ban in the county, effective at 8am Thursday, July 17th.

Clerk of Court Candidates Speak at Forum

Debra Vandel and Jim Roberts

At the last candidates' forum, in addition to those running for Johnson County Sheriff, candidates for Clerk of District Court and County Attorney also spoke to the crowd in Crazy Woman Square.

County Attorney Hopefuls Share Views

County Attorney Ken DeCock, Tucker Ruby.

Last Week's Candidate Forum was held at Crazy Woman Square and those running for County Sheriff and Clerk of District Court were joined by the two candidates for Johnson County Attorney, incumbent Ken DeCock and challenger Tucker Ruby.