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March 10th, 2015

Faculty, Students Discuss Bringing College to High School

Separate panels of faculty students discussed the pros and cons of offering college courses to high school students at the Second Annual Whitney Education Summit on Tuesday night.

Great Lakes Departure Appears a Matter of When

As earlier reported, Great Lakes Airlines is pulling out of the Sheridan airport.

Area Student Named a 'New Century Scholar'

A student at Gillette College in Gillette, which is administered by the Sheridan-based Northern Wyoming Community College District, has been named this year's Coca Cola New Century Scholar for Wyoming.

County Eyes Former Big Horn Coal For Railway Expansion

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The Sheridan County Commissioners are eyeing 11,000 feet of rail siding at the former location of Big Horn Coal about seven miles north of Sheridan for a potential expansion agreement with the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway (or BNSF).

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Quilts On Display At Buffalo Library

Quilts of all shapes, sizes, colors and themes are currently on display and will continue to be through the end of March at the Johnson County Library in Buffalo.

Airport Board To Decide Project Priority, County To Implement

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their last regular meting, discussed a request from Airport Board Chair Gerald Fink for advise on how they should move forward with a number of unfinished projects at the county-owned airport facility.

Buffalo Council Discusses Tobacco Compliance Checks

At their last regular meeting, the Buffalo City Council heard the monthly police report from Sergeant Garth Nicholas, sitting in for Chief Jason Carder.

A Look Back in Time: March 11, 1915

Sheridan police made a number of arrests yesterday in their campaign to suppress speeding and other violations of city ordinances regulating the operation of automobiles and motorcycles.

Senator Enzi on the Passing of Mick McMurry

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming issued the following statement after learning of the death of Wyoming businessman and philanthropist Mick McMurry.