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April 7th, 2015

Ranchester to Consider Acquiring Land

Ranchester's town council voted Tuesday night to look into the possibility of acquiring land for future expansion of the town's facilities.

Jentel Presents...

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The current artists in residency at Jentel, four visual and two writers, talked about their work and their process Tuesday evening in the Sagebrush Community Art Center.

Fire Warden Won't Speculate on Coming Fire Season

Sheridan County Fire Warden Bill Biastock says the county is starting to “green up,” and with enough moisture, wildfires might not be a threat for a while.

Burns Gets Fireworks Permits and Chuckles From Commissioners

State Senator Bruce Burns received permits for two fireworks displays at the Big Horn Equestrian Center this year, and drew chuckles from Sheridan County commissioners with a story about the late State Rep. John Patton, who died over the weekend.

Locals Have Chance to Give Back At Upcoming Tebow Presentation

Local Christian ministry organization K-Life is hosting an event that will feature a presentation by Tim Tebow, professional football player and inspirational speaker, at Sheridan High School on April 15th.

Search for ‘Signs of Spring’ This Saturday

Spring is here, and the upcoming Science Saturday, hosted by Sheridan College and Science Kids, will be all about finding “signs of spring.”

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Planning Meeting For Longmire Days Today in Buffalo

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is inviting the community and especially potential volunteers to attend a special public meeting to go over ideas for the upcoming Longmire Days celebration.

Buffalo Council Approves Fee Waiver Request From County

Buffalo's City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, approved a fee waiver request from Johnson County's Commissioners for the county's library expansion project.

County Signs Agreement With WYDOT For Chip Sealing

Johnson County has signed an agreement with the Wyoming Department Of Transportation (WYDOT) to “piggy-back” some county roads onto WYDOT projects that will be done in 2016.