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Small Business Expo Starts Slow, Ends Well

The 11th annual Johnson County Small Business Expo, the “Best Little Expo In Wyoming” happened this past weekend at the fairgrounds in Buffalo, and appears to have been another success.

Original Courthouse Still Stands

Built between 1904 and 1905, Sheridan County's original courthouse was listed on the National Register on November 15 of 1982, making the structure among the first in the city to receive that distinction.

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

The Sheridan City Council approved on first reading, an ordinance establishing a Municipal Power Enterprise. City of Sheridan Public Works Director Nic Bateson.

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Department of Education Introduces Teacher Cabinet

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Last December, the Wyoming Department of Education selected a 15-person Teacher Cabinet made up of instructors throughout the state, in an effort to garner input on department initiatives. Members of the cabinet committed to an 18-month term that began in January.

Gillette Meeting to Focus on Orphan Wells Problem

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GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) - An upcoming public meeting in Gillette will address the state's plans for plugging abandoned coal-bed methane wells. The meeting is scheduled for 6-9 p.m. April 2 at Gillette College.

Forestry Office Entrance Moves, Temporarily

Visitor services will continue during renovations at the Bighorn National Forest’s Tongue Ranger District office in Sheridan, but the public entrance will be temporarily relocated.

Schools Launch Classic-K Program

Officials at Sheridan County School District 1 have announced they'll be offering classic kindergarten at both Big Horn and Tongue River elementary schools in the 2014-15 school year.

A Look Back in Time: March 22, 1914

R.E. Keenan of the Sheridan Brewing company has returned home from a two-months visit to California. He is in good health except for a slight cold. He spent most of his time in Los Angeles.

Kennon Receives Grant for Military Project

The Kennon Products company of Sheridan has received funding to help research and develop a system that would reduce injuries of military members involved in an under-body blast, rollover or crash.

Hill Says Governor Running Out Clock

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The state superintendent says the governor is trying to keep her case in litigation so she'll remain out of the department head chair, right up until her term runs out. She talked about the situation this week on our news talk show, Public Pulse. Here's Leslie Stratmoen with the story.

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