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January 13th, 2015

Congressional Delegation Supports Export Project

U.S. Senator John Barrasso has joined 13 other lawmakers from the western states to call on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission urging support of the Jordan Cove liquified natural gas export project.

Trial Date Set for Simmons, Cooper Drug Case

UPDATE: A trial date was set today for June 10 in district court in Sheridan for two men arraigned for felony drug charges in two separate cases.

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Sheridan College President,Dr.Paul Young

January 13th

Big road tournament for the Bronc wrestlers / Bronc / Lady Bronc hoops one more week of non-conference play / Cowboys crack the college hoops top 25

BRONC WRESTLING - The Bronc wrestlers had a good tournament in Douglas finishing 2nd last Saturday, Head coach Tyson Shatto says it was a good start to 2015 for the Broncs.

The Broncs are in pretty good shape right now and are looking to making another top three run at the state tournament.

This week they compete at the annual "Cowboy Invitational" in Miles City. Montana and Tyson says this is a great mid season event.

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A Look Back in Time: Jan. 13, 1915

County Commission Chairman T.B. Brundage went to Arvada yesterday to inspect the work being done on abutments and pier for a bridge across the Powder River.

Cowboys make top 25 college hoop list

LARAMIE, Wyo. (Jan. 12, 2015) – Winners of seven-straight games, the University of Wyoming men’s basketball team climbed in the national top-25 polls on Monday. The Cowboys are ranked No. 25 in the Associated Press poll with 71 votes, while earning 28 votes in the USA Today Coaches poll to rank second in receiving votes.

County Supports Oil and Gas Development Project

Johnson County's Commissioners have agreed to send a letter of support for the Greater Oxbow Oil and Gas Exploration and Development Project in Converse and Campbell Counties.

Madden's Bill Taxes Flares

As the Wyoming Legislative Session convenes today at the capitol in Cheyenne, one of the bills House Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo will be discussing deals with flaring.

State Senator Faces Learning Curve

A Sheridan man who's facing his first year as a Republican state senator said preparing for his first legislative session has taken some adjustment. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.