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June 15th, 2015

Chamber Shares Mars Building Dedication Photo

Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce:

The new Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building at the Brinton Museum was described as “a gift to Wyoming” by Governor Matt Mead.

State Trooper Injured in Crash

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A Wyoming state trooper was injured Monday afternoon in a two vehicle crash on US Highway 14/16/20, west of Cody at the entrance of Yellowstone Valley Inn. His name was not released by the state highway patrol.

Hazardous Weather Outlook Reinstated

Sheridan County is again under a National Weather Service hazardous weather outlook as of shortly after 3:30 this morning.

Commissioners Won't Declare County Disaster

Sheridan County commissioners will not declare Sheridan County a disaster area because of high water and flooding from storms that moved through the area the first two weeks of the month.

This Past Weekend’s Little Miss Wyoming Pageant

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Nearly 100 girls from across the state were in Sheridan this past weekend to compete in the Little Miss Wyoming Pageant.

School Trustees Accept Grant Donations

Sheridan County School District 2 trustees have accepted $140,000 in grants to benefit the district's Graduation Counts program at Sheridan High School.

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Briefs From Johnson County Commissioner's Meeting

Johnson County's Commissioners addressed and approved a number of smaller items during their last regular meeting.

Buffalo Planner's Report To City Council

Buffalo Planning Director Lynn Barrett gave her report to the city council at their last meeting, updating them on a number of items ranging from the ongoing water study to recreation grants and a request for a conditional use permit.

Johnson County Commissioners Schedule Full Day On Agenda

Johnson County's Commissioners have a full agenda scheduled for their second meeting of June today, and will discuss topics ranging from WYDOT's STIP Program to budget issues.