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Johnson County OKs Use Of Company For Utility Savings

At their Tuesday meeting the Johnson County Commissioners agreed to begin using an independent company to try to find savings in the utility bills.

Johnson County Library's Annual LEGO Contest Underway

One of the entries from last year's LEGO contest.

The second annual LEGO Building Contest is now underway at the Johnson County library.

The contest is open to kids from preschool through fifth grade.

Rolston Drops S-Word on ABC News

Sheridan County Commissioner, Bob Rolston, appeared on national news last night.

Home and Garden Show Highlights Vendors This Weekend

This weekend is the Home and Garden Show sponsored by the Big Horn Home Builders Association. Seventy-two vendors will set up booths at the Holiday Inn to show off the unique ways they can help you improve your home.

Gordon Reflects on New Job

Mark Gordon, a rancher and native of Johnson County, is settling into his new job as Wyoming State Treasurer.

Spring Is Spay/Neuter Season

This weekend, we'll move our clocks forward an hour in celebration of the arrival of spring. While we enjoy the longer days and progressively warmer weather, Dog and Cat Shelter director, Cel Hope, has something else on her mind.

Lummis: “Let's Leave Wages Alone—For Now”

Wyoming House Representative, Cynthia Lummis, checked in with Sheridan Media just in time to put in her two cents about this week's poll question.

SAGE Announces New Executive Director at Sagebrush Art Center

SAGE Announces New Executive Director at Sagebrush Art Center (Photo courtesy of Sonja Caywood)

The Sheridan Artists Guild, a non-profit organization that operates the Sagebrush Art Center, announced Wednesday they've got a new executive director on board - Jody Sauers.

Rep. Lummis on Federal Spending: 'Don't Be Fooled by the President'

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Rep. Lummis on Federal Spending: 'Don't Be Fooled by the President'

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis is up in arms over President Obama's recent cancellation of tours of the White House because of a lack of federal funds. But she says something doesn't add up.

Great Lakes Airlines Affected by Sequestration Says CEO

Great Lakes Airlines Affected by Sequestration Says CEO, Chuck Howell. (Photo by Chris Foy)

Sheridan County Commissioners, officials with Great Lakes Airlines and members of the Air Service Task Force met Wednesday to discuss the state of the airline's service at the Sheridan County Airport. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy was there and brings us this report.

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