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Digital Records Promote Security

Nadine Gale (left) and Sherri Gazdik are co-owners of Cloud Peak Scanning. The company digitizes business records to cut down on storage space and provide superior security. (photo by Tracee Davis)

A business in Sheridan has started a new enterprise to give businesses an advanced option for data and record storage.

City Council to Address Capital Facilities Tax and Projects Tonight

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The Sheridan City Council will be considering bid awards for several projects at their regularly scheduled meeting this evening. One of those projects is for street striping. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey explains.

The Poll Question of the Week

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Good help is just hard to find, especially in Sheridan when it comes down to such areas as machine tooling, diesel and welding technology, agriculture and horticulture.

It's Pinewood Derby Time

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Saturday, in the showroom of Hammer Chevrolet, it was race day. The Boy Scouts of America hosted their annual Pinewood Derby for all local Cub Scouts.

Let's Talk Grass

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Rick Schmidt

It was another of Landon's Greenhouse Spring Workshops Saturday and this time it was “Grass, It's Not Just for Lawns Anymore,” with Rick Schmidt presenting. Schmidt says ornamental grasses add dimension to your landscape.

The Brinton Museum Opens

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Portrait of Fra Dana

One month early, Sunday was opening day for the Brinton Museum near Big Horn and what a phenomenal start to a new season. The museum opens with the major exhibit featuring Wyoming and Montana’s most enigmatic artist of the early 20th century, Fra (fray) Dana.

Amie Holt Care Center Voted Best In Wyoming

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees were given a pleasant surprise at their last meeting, a report from Amie Holt Care Center's Director Brenda Goarm on the facility's recent naming of the best in the state by Medicare.gov.

Mandarin Class To Be Offered This Fall At SCJC

Last week Sheridan College in Johnson County sponsored a presentation by Todd Cornell on his 20 years living in China and will continue to display his collection of Chinese artwork and artifacts through the end of May.

Buffalo Council To Review Moratorium on Water Outside City

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council heard an update from City Attorney Ben Kirven on a number of issues he is currently working on, including the moratorium on the city providing water to residents outside the city limits.

Ranchers Welcome Snow, Even if it's Calving Season

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Ranchers Welcome Snow, Even if it's Calving Season (Photo courtesy Flickr user Artbandito)

GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) - Snowstorms like the one this past week can cause problems for newborn calves across Wyoming.

Ranchers have been checking on calves to make sure they didn't die in the storm. There have been reports of some calves perishing.

SheridanWyoming.com