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March 11th, 2015

CAST Chairman: Airline Pullout Won't Change Plans

The chairman of Sheridan County's Critical Air Service Team, which is also known as CAST, said Great Lakes Airways' termination notice this week won't change what the committee is already doing.

Patton's Condition Still Unchanged

State Rep. John Patton continues to battle an inflammation in his lungs at a hospital in Cheyenne.

Historian Tells How Railroads Built Wyoming

Every large town in Wyoming, with a couple of exceptions, exists because of railroads, a historian told an audience at Sheridan's Senior Center Wednesday night.

Adventurer Showcases Vietnam's Caves

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Mark Jenkins, contributing writer to The National Geographic Magazine and writer-in-residency at the University of Wyoming presented a program called Vietnam Underground, Wednesday night, in the Early Auditorium of the Sheridan Junior High School and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

Counselor Talks About Self-Esteem

People who feel good about themselves have good relationships with others, they have better health, and they have fun.

Bear Bait Renewal Period Coming to a Close Soon

A deadline is coming up for those who hunt for black bears. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

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Today Is Deadline To Enter 'Stars Of Tomorrow' Contest

Entries for this year's “Stars Of Tomorrow” contest must be received by 5pm today at the Buffalo High School Main Office in Buffalo.

Lobban Street Project Passes First Funding Hurdle

Buffalo's Lobban Street Renovation Project has passed the first step in acquiring funding through the state, when it was recommended for approval by the Wyoming Business Council last week, according to Buffalo Planning Director Lynn Barrett.

RSVP Now To Attend Chamber Luncheon

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce in Buffalo and Oldies 105-9 are co-sponsoring this month's Chamber Luncheon, featuring Johnson County's elected officials.