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April 8th, 2015

5 Gillette Residents Held in Multi-State Drug Bust

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Authorities have arrested five people from Gillette in an investigation into trafficking of methamphetamine in Wyoming, South Dakota and North Dakota.

Special Prosecutor Assigned to Ex-sheriff's Son's DUI Case

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A special prosecutor has been assigned to the drunken driving case involving the former Campbell County sheriff's son.

The Gillette News Record reports the Campbell County Commission appointed Johnson County prosecuting attorney Tucker Ruby to the case Tuesday.

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Buffalo YMCA Building Sustains Roof Damage

Mike Quast, Director of the Johnson County Family YMCA in Buffalo,reported to the Buffalo City Council that the city-owned YMCA building had recently sustained more damage to the roof.

County Appoints Waller As Flood Plain Manager

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their Tuesday meeting, appointed County Planner/GIS Manager Jim Waller to the position of Flood Plain Manager for Johnson County.

A Look Back in Time: April 9, 1915

M.W. Foy, who has been city clerk since January 1914, has been appointed city commissioner to succeed S.D. Canfield.

County Commission Approves Airport Hangar Lease

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their meeting Tuesday, approved a request to lease a hangar at the county airport.

Burns Receives Fireworks Permits

State Senator Bruce Burns received permits Tuesday for two fireworks displays at the Big Horn Equestrian Center this year. The decision was made during the meeting of the Sheridan County commissioners.

State Treasurer Discusses Proposed Constitutional Amendment

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Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon recently appeared as a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, where he discussed a proposed amendment to the Wyoming Constitution. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Open House on Public Land Use

Planners with the City of Sheridan and Sheridan County are encouraging the public to attend an open house this week to review and make comments on the Joint Planning Area Land Use Plan and the city’s new Land Use Plan.