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On-Farm Produce Sales Allowed

Sheridan County farmers can now sell the products they raise directly to Sheridan County residents on their farms.

County Approves Wayside Horns for Ranchester

Sheridan County commissioners this week cleared the way for wayside horns to be installed at the Five-Mile Road railroad crossing in Ranchester.

County Allocates Sales Tax Funds

Sheridan County officials have a list of 30 projects and organizations that will receive a share of the one percent sales and use tax if voters renew the tax in November.

Resource Council Supports Local Growers

The Powder River Basin Resource Council was instrumental in helping local farmers sell produce on their own property.

Police Say Clean Up Property

Officers with a local police department say it's time to clean up your yards. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Accomplishing More with Your Acreage

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The “Living and Working on the Land Conference,” is an opportunity for those interested in exploring new ventures to increase profitability on their acreages began Tuesday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott stopped by and brings us this story.

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JCHC Board Gets Update on 2018 Building Project

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Hospital Administrator, Sandy ward, gave an update on Phase 1 of the 2018 Building Project to the Board of Trustees at their most recent regular monthly meeting.

YMCA Pursuing Lease Of City-Owned Archery Building

The Johnson County Family YMCA is interested in leasing the city-owned indoor archery building to be able to offer more programs for its members.

County May 'Piggy-back' Onto WYDOT Project Near Story

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to sign a tentative agreement with the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) to “piggy-back” on an upcoming WYDOT project that will resurface much of Piney Creek Road and Story Road.

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