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January 2nd, 2018

Sheridan Media Bridal Prevue

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The annual Sheridan Media Bridal Prevue is a one-stop shop for couples looking to tie the knot.

Wyoming News Updates

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

WYOMING ECONOMY

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Economists say Wyoming's economy continues to show evidence of a slow stabilization as the state recovers from the bust in its key fossil fuel sectors over the last two years.

Commissioners Elect Officers, Approve Appointments

Johnson County's Commissioners had their first meeting of the year Tuesday and elected officers and made appointments to the county's various boards.

Commissioners Approve Gatchell To Hire Employee

The Johnson County Commissioners approved the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum to hire an employee to take the place of Barbara Hartley, who submitted her resignation in late 2017.

Plan Now For Buffalo Chamber's Winter Gathering

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's Winter Gathering will be happening Saturday, January 27th and tickets are on sale now for the annual event.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 3, 1918

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Jan. 3, 1918.

Commissioners Divided on Cell Tower CUP

A request for a conditional use permit that would allow a cell tower to be built about 150 feet south of Beckton Road was approved by Sheridan County commissioners Tuesday.

Application Period Open for Veterans' Exemptions

The period for veterans to apply for property tax exmptions is open from now until May 28.

Colorado Gunman's Mental State Was Disclosed a Month Ago

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DENVER (AP) — Colorado authorities were contacted with concerns about the mental health of Matthew Riehl more than a month before he shot and killed a deputy and wounded four others. But the 37-year-old man was never held for a mental health evaluation.

January 1st

Johnson County EMC: Busy But Uneventful Year

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly, in her year-end report to the county commission, said although 2017 was a busy year, it was a pretty uneventful one for emergency situations in the county, except for one event in the southern end of the county.