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January 27th, 2015

Sen. Burns Talks Progress on “Right to Try”

Sheridan Media has been keeping in touch with Sen. Bruce Burns during the current legislative session. Reporter Hannah Stepenoff recently spoke to him about the progress of bills he’s sponsoring.

Weather Forces Hold On Work For JCHC Project

Johnson County Health Officer Dr. Mark Schueler gave a report to the county commissioners during the quarterly County Board Of Health meeting this month, updating them on the progress of the Johnson County Healthcare Center's 2018 Building Project, which will replace the aging Amie Holt Care Center.

County Updated On Sheridan College in Johnson County

The Johnson County Commissioners were given an update on happenings with the Leadership Johnson County program and Sheridan College in Johnson County from Derek Andrews with the college in Buffalo.

City of Buffalo Gets Clean Audit Report

The Buffalo City Council got a positive report on the 2014 City of Buffalo Audit from Tracey Jelly, CPA with Cloud Peak Accounting of Buffalo.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 28, 1915

Two hundred and seventy-five birds are entered in the Northern Wyoming Poultry association show.

SHS We the People Group Brings Home Win

The Sheridan High School We the People team took their second state title on Monday. Tyson Emborg, the high school's advanced placement government teacher, will be appearing live Wednesday on the KROE Morning Show between the 7-8 a.m. hour to tell us about the competition.

Bear Cloud Resentenced in District Court

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A resentencing hearing for 21-year-old Wyatt Bear Cloud was held Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Park, Art 'Economics' Highlight SEEDA Meeting

Updates on Sheridan's hi-tech business park and a creative economics study that recognizes art as a force in economic development were among highlights of a meeting at Sheridan College on Tuesday.

Winnop's Excited About Washington Trip

A local high school students says she's excited about her trip to Washington to see how government works. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

County to Pay Federal Agency for Aerial Photos

Sheridan County has officially joined counties from across the state to compile enhanced aerial photos of property, at a cost of $7,800, paid to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency.