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Big Horn Students Not Happy With iPads

Despite some complaints from students at Big Horn, Sheridan County School District 1 will continue its current use of iPads in the classroom.

Ranchester OKs Mayor Raise, Requests Train Caboose

Ranchester's town council has authorized an ordinance that would raise the mayor's salary by $500 a month, from $1,500 to $2,000, that would go into effect for the newly elected mayor, Peter Clark.

Commissioners To Address Air Service with Legislators

Improving air service will be a topic Sheridan County Commissioners plan to bring up for discussion next week with state legislators during a legislative forum.

BLM Offers Christmas Tree Permits

Permits to cut down trees for Christmas on lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management are now in the offering.

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Lake DeSmet Board To Meet Wednesday In Buffalo

The new Lake DeSmet Advisory Board will have its next meeting this Wednesday at Johnson County's Road and Bridge Meeting Room at 325 Butte Street in Buffalo beginning at 3pm.

Buffalo Council Passes E-Cig Ordinance On Third Read

Electronic cigarettes, personal vaporizers and other similar products are now illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to possess or use within the city of Buffalo.

Johnson County Commission Tackles Liquor License Issues

A couple of liquor license issues were discussed and resolved by the Johnson County Commissioners at their Tuesday meeting.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 19, 1914

Wyoming Governor-elect John B. Kendrick of Sheridan was guest of honor at a luncheon at the Omaha Club.

“On Climbing Cho Oyu”

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Local mountain climber, Darren Rogers, presented a program on his recent climbing expedition of Cho Oyu, Tuesday night in the Thorne-Rider Campus Center of Sheridan College.

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