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February 18th, 2015

Big Goose Watershed Control Plan Near Completion

A local plan to deal with bacteria and parasites in the Goose Creek Watershed is almost complete. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

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Lake DeSmet Board To Discuss Marketing Water

The Lake DeSmet Advisory Board will have its February meeting this afternoon at the Johnson County Road and Bridge Meeting Room on Butte Street in Buffalo beginning at 3pm.

County Lends Support For Sewer Study

Johnson County's Commissioners have signed a Resolution and Memorandum of Understanding lending their support for an application for a grant to study the feasibility of building a sewer system in the Richardson Park Subdivision.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 18, 1915

R.L. Bullington was in Sheridan yesterday.

Council Approves Curbside Recycling Implementation

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The Sheridan City Council Tuesday night approved a resolution to begin implementation of a city wide curbside recycling program. City Solid Waste Supervisor Charles Martineau said that the program will be implemented in three phases over the next year.

Buffalo Man Honored for Tourism Efforts

A man from Johnson County was honored last week for a quarter of a century’s work of service to Wyoming’s tourism industry.

Recovery Effort For Missing Child Resumes Saturday

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek announced this afternoon that the recovery effort for Chevell Boshaw-Evans, the girl who fell through the ice at Powder River February 9th, will resume this Saturday.

Kozisek gives us more details.

Supreme Court Justices Come to Sheridan

Wyoming's Supreme Court justices are expected in Sheridan in April for events that will include hearing an actual court case at Sheridan High School.

Hotel Owner Says No One Injured in Crash

No one was injured in the crash that damaged a room at Sheridan's Mill Inn Hotel this past weekend.