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August 6th, 2014

Officials, Landowners Discuss Dead Horse Creek Flooding

Landowners from the Dead Horse Creek area in eastern Johnson County came before the county commissioners to seek help in finding a solution to the flooding problem they deal with during certain storm events.

Public Hearing On Proposed Gravel Pit Set In Buffalo

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) will host a public hearing Thursday to gather public opinion on a proposed gravel pit that, if approved, would be located northwest of Buffalo on French Creek Road.

Private Airstrip Permitted for Ranch

Sheridan County commissioners have granted a conditional use permit to allow a private airstrip on the Maestri Ranch.

Chief Explains City Leadership Transition

As the city of Sheridan works through a transitional leadership period brought on by the departure of Mayor Dave Kinskey, newly appointed Mayor John Heath asked Police Chief Rich Adriaens to assume the role of Chief of Staff.

Festival Includes Paint-throwing Race

A community festival planned for the weekend includes a paint-throwing race. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Mulholland Challenges Patton for House Seat

A local businessman is challenging a long-time legislator for a seat in the state legislature that represents Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Two Agencies, One Goal

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Troopers from Wyoming and South Dakota met Tuesday at the Wyoming/South Dakota state line for an informal get together and lunch.

A ‘Come Home to Wyoming’ Campaign Might Fill Critical Jobs

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Way back in December 1999 I wrote a column, which detailed the achilles heel of Wyoming's economic expansion - the lack of qualified workers who live here.

DSA Names New Director

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Two weeks ago Sheridan Media reported that Downtown Sheridan Association Executive Director Stacie Coe had resigned from the position, and the Board of Trustees for the DSA were in the process of finding a new director.

Grant Pays for Animal Shelter Work Day

A community work day has been planned for the animal shelter in Sheridan.