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January 9th, 2015

No One Injured in Fifth Street Fire

Sheridan police have confirmed there was a fire this morning at a residence on Fifth Street. Stay tuned to Sheridan Media for details.

Education Board Member Wants Science Standards Ban Removed from Bill

A bill that will be introduced in the upcoming session of the Wyoming Legislature that starts next week would eliminate a footnote to an existing bill approved last year that bans the state board of education from discussing science.

UPDATE: Roads Reopen After I90 Pileup

Three people were injured in an 18-vehicle pileup Thursday morning on Interstate 90 between Sheridan and Buffalo, near the Prairie Dog Interchange.

January 9th

Fair Board Receives Project Updates

Progress is moving along well for two projects at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. Despite the winter weather, upgrades to the Exhibit Hall and the Water Supply Improvement Project are both on schedule and within budget.

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New Johnson County Attorney Begins Building Staff

Tucker Ruby, elected as Johnson County's New Attorney in November of last year, took office this week and has begun to build his staff.

Reimann Recognized For Service

At this week's Buffalo City Council meeting, Steve Reimann was recognized and given a plaque thanking him for his more than 20 years of service on the city's Planning and Zoning Commission.

Johnson County Hospital Board Elects Officers For 2015

Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees postponed their December meeting until Wednesday, January 7th.
In addition to their regular meeting reports, the board held their annual election of officers during the meeting.

Local Senator Gives First Hand Report of I-90 Pile Up

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One of our local State Senators got a first hand look at the 18 vehicle pile up on Interstate 90 between Sheridan and Buffalo Thursday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

City Half Way Through Snow Removal Budget

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The City of Sheridan budgeted $460,000 for snow removal this winter. According to City Engineer Lane Thompson, they've used approximately half that amount.