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November 15th, 2017

County OK's State Revision On Septic Regulations

Johnson County earlier this year adopted updated regulations concerning the permitting of small septic systems within the county, and sent them to the State Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) for their review and approval.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 16, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Nov. 16, 1917.

Wyoming's Dinosaurs Focus of Talk

More than 99 percent of everything that's ever lived has gone extinct, according to Brent Breithaupt.

Savings Topic at Natural Gas Meeting

Propane gas users could save more than $800 a year by converting to natural gas, and those who use electricity to heat their homes could save about $1,100.

Three Named to Ucross Board of Trustees

Three new members have joined the board of trustees of the Ucross Foundation.

11.15.2017

FS- FOR SALE
W- WANTED TO BUY
WTD - WANTED TO DO
FR- FOR RENT
TR- TRADE
GA- GIVEAWAY
BO- BEST OFFER
PU- PICKUP
Write-In: 11-15-2017

FS: A Pro-form 920 ci home gym exercise equipment with two benches and 20 weights. Google: “proform920ci manual” for a complete description.

SCSD2 Next Level Program Going Well

Sheridan County School District 2 recently held a meeting on their Next Level Collaborative program.

Game and Fish Youth Pheasant Hunt set for Saturday

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has set aside this Saturday for a Youth Pheasant Hunt in the Bud Love Wildlife Habitat Management Area.

Wednesday 11-15-17

Police Department / Dr. Erin Hanke Whitney Center for the Arts Director

New Electronic Variable Speed Limit Signs on I-90

The Wyoming Department of Transportation has installed new electronic variable speed limit signs on a 16-mile stretch of I-90 between Sheridan and Buffalo that is known for severe wind and surface conditions.