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Wyoming Business Index Remains Solid

CASPER (AP) - For the 24th straight month, a business conditions index that tracks Wyoming's economy remained on a positive footing in October. The index is compiled by the Denver-based Goss Institute for Economic Research.

Academic Center Plans Unveiled

Whitney Benefits President Tom Kinnison (left) and Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young.

Officials with Sheridan College and Whitney Benefits Monday unveiled the design and location of the new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center. The steering committee worked with about three to four different options of where the 53,000 square foot facility would be located on the campus of the College.

Northern Cheyenne Tribal School Closed Monday for Repairs (11/7/11)

The Northern Cheyenne Tribal School in Lame Deer will be closed today while repairs are made to a broken water line. We will notify you when the school reopens.

'A Nonproft Gathering' Looks to Enhance Public Service

A Nonprofit Gathering, “promoting service, volunteerism and community collaboration”, will be held beginning at 11 am this Friday, November 11 in the Sheridan College Golden Dome.

Yellowstone Roads Close to Cars for Winter

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK (AP) - Roads to popular destinations in Yellowstone National Park are now closed for the season.

CEA Discusses Proposed Keystone Pipeline

The Keystone XL project, a proposed $7 million pipeline connecting Canada's oil sands with Houston, Texas and Gulf of Mexico refineries, has been widely debated for some time now.

Jo Co Commission Approves Small County Projects

Johnson County Commission

Johnson County Sanitarian Rick Durfee spoke to the commissioners at their last meeting, reporting on projects at Lake DeSmet and the courthouse, and requested approval for a snow plow attachment.

Jo Co Library Benefit Auction Raises Nearly $22,000

The Fireants perform at the Johnson County Library Auction

Friday night in Buffalo, the Johnson County Library had their annual Benefit Auction, and it was a lot of fun, according to Library Director Cynthia Twing.

Bids Opened For Cemetery Road Pathway Project

Grizzly Engineering and the City of Buffalo opened bids on Friday that were submitted to construct the Cemetery Road Pathway Project.

Joyce Duvall Fundraiser Saturday

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Joyce Duvall with grandson Shane.

You have to give the folks of Sheridan a lot of credit. When one of us hurts, for the most part, all of us hurt.