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February 24th, 2015

Lost Snowmobilers Survive Overnight in Mountains

UPDATE: A father and son from Minnesota survived a freezing night in the Big Horn Mountains Sunday after their snowmobiles got stuck.

District 2 Teachers Have Positive Message for Board

Teachers and staff of Sheridan County School District 2 had a positive message for the district's board of trustees on Monday night.

Fuka: Sheridan County Sitting on Gold Mine of History

Kim Fuca says the people of Sheridan County are sitting on a gold mine of history. The Ranchester man is an artist who is making the miniature figures of people, horses, weapons, tents and other items that will populate the latest diorama being made by Sheridan artist Tom Warnke.

Working Toward a Cleaner Goose Creek

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More work is being done to improve Sheridan’s storm drain system. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Last week for Tween Program

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This is the last week of the tween program at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library. Director Cameron Duff said this is the first year for the program, which focuses on youth aged 10 to 12.

Woman Struck and Killed on Wyoming Road

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A 59-year-old woman from Montana who was walking along a road in Gillette at night was struck by two vehicles and killed.

Woman Charged with Assaulting Repo Men

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A woman from Gillette faces charges that she tried to run over two men from Idaho who were trying to repossess her car.

Transportation Commission Approves 8 State Contracts

The Wyoming Transportation Commission has awarded contracts totaling nearly $30 million for eight projects around the state.

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County Signs Addendum To Code Red Contract

Johnson County's Commissioners approved Chairman Jim Hicks to sign an addendum to their existing contract with Code Red Emergency Mass Notification System.