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Natural Gas Pipeline Project Could Start in 2018

If all goes as planned, construction of a natural gas pipeline to serve Ranchester and Dayton could start in 2018.

Sheridan has Talent

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Thursday night, an artist’s reception was held for the art students of Sheridan Jr. High School. A reception like none other, the night also included food and music. Art instructor Mary Lawson detailed the event.

Elected Officials Get Invite For Appreciation Breakfast

The Buffalo City Council has been invited to an appreciation breakfast this next week, hosted by a number of local beneficiaries of funding from the city.

County Attorney, Sheriff Review DOC Contracts

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek and the county commissioners recently discussed the proposed contracts he is working on with the State Department of Corrections (DOC) to house prisoners at the Johnson County Justice Center.

Doing What it Takes

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ERA Carroll Realty Owner Dixie See began her career in the real estate business in 1977 when she worked as a receptionist at Carroll Realty Company. In 1981, she received her realtor’s license, and just nine years later in 1990, she purchased the company that she currently owns today.

Firefighters Union, City, Continue Contract Negotiations

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The Sheridan City Council and The International Association of Fire Fighters Union Local #276 began negotiations on a new contract for the upcoming fiscal year in February. Both sides will meet for the fourth time at a special meeting Monday night.

“For the Frogs, Leave it to Beaver”

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As part of the continuing Sheridan College Science Lecture Series, Wednesday night, research scientist Victoria Zero presented her project focusing on three of Wyoming’s amphibians and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us the report.

YMCA Awarded Grant Funds From Daniels Fund

In a recent news release, the Daniels Fund, based in Colorado, announced it had awarded more than $46.5 million to numerous non-profit organizations and $4.3 million in grants to those specifically in the State of Wyoming.

Chamber Lunch Highlights Business Traditions and Trends

Business trends and traditions was the program at Wednesday’s Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon. Dick Hammer, third generation Owner of Hammer Chevrolet in Sheridan talked about how the Internet has affected car sales.

Bus Service Gets New Name

A long-time service in Sheridan is getting a new name. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has the story.