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Jo Co Rural Signage Project to Begin This Month

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Signage for roads in rural Johnson County has been planned for some time, and now looks like it will get underway, according to County Fire Chief Wes Johnson, who is in charge of the program.

Shadowboxing with Spencer Bohran

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Bob Gunderson working on his shadow box.

He's known for his music, yet Spencer Bohren is so much more. A music career has taken him around the world and as he tells us, into another facet of his creative spirit.

Council Approves Purchasing Policy Statement

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City Council approves "Buy Local" policy statement.

The Sheridan City Council approved a resolution that implements a "Buy Local" policy statement for all City employees.

Special Planning Commission Meeting to Focus Development Standards and Design Guidelines

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CIty of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

The City of Sheridan will hold a special Planning Commission work session next Monday that will focus on development standards and design guidelines for the City.

Lawmakers to Discuss Redistricting this Week in Casper

Wyoming State Representative John Patton

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Corporations, Elections and Political Subdivisions Committee will meet in Casper later this week to discuss the redistricting bill that will be brought before the legislature early next year.

Wyo. Secretary of State: Brokerage Firm Pays Settlement for ARS Violations

Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield

A media release from the office of Wyoming Secretary of State Max Maxfield on Monday stated that Wyoming has received a settlement from the brokerage firm Raymond James for misleading clients in auction rate security sales. Maxfield commented on the settlement.

'Pet-O-Ween' Scheduled Earlier this Year, Saturday October 22nd

A competitor in the 2010 Pet-O-Ween competition. (Sheridan Media file photo)

Perhaps the only place where dressing up your pet and bringing it out into public is not frowned upon, the 11th Annual "Pet-O-Ween" event is this Saturday in Kendrick Park.

Arvada/Clearmont: Students Thriving in Technology-Driven Environment

A/C 7th Grader Tommy Nimick examines a plant cell shown on the overhead projection through his class' video microscope. (Brad Estes)

Sheridan County School District No. 3 may be proving that learning is made easier with advantageous student teacher ratios, and using a myriad of tools like Smartboards, iPads, and even webcam technology that allowed students to take an interactive field trip last year to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Poll Question: Do You Agree with Proposed UW Admission Changes?

In an effort to retain students at the university from freshman to sophomore year and keep up with other top colleges in the country, the University of Wyoming is considering raising its admission standards.

“The Legend of Bear Paw”

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The Sheridan County Sheriff's Office recently investigated an unusual case involving a bear paw.

There has been quite an unusual rumor making its way around social media websites involving a human hand and other body parts being found in Sheridan County. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more on what can now be called the "Legend of Bear Paw”.