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April 19th, 2016

First Federal Bank and Trust to Host the Chamber's Business After Hours in Their New Home Loan Center

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This month’s business after hours program, presented by the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, will be hosted by First Federal Bank and Trust in their new home loan center on Coffeen Avenue.

A Look Back in Time: April 20, 1916

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 April 20, 1916.

College Board Presented with Preliminary Budget

The Northern Wyoming Community College District faces “a challenging operating environment for the next biennium.”

Board Of Health Gets Zika Virus Update

The Johnson County Board of Health met Tuesday afternoon for their regular quarterly meeting, and were updated on the latest information on the Zika Virus by Public Health Nurse Trish Thompson.

Johnson County Backs TANF Grant Applications

Representatives of the Boys and Girls Club of the Bighorns, the Buffalo Children's Center, and CASA, and Child Advocacy Services of the Bighorns, asked the Johnson County Commissioners to approve and sign their annual applications for funding through the state's TANF or Temporary Assistance For Needy Families Grant program.

Council Backs Liquor License Transfer From Golf Club

Buffalo's City Council approved a liquor license transfer from the Buffalo Golf Club back to the city at Tuesday's regular meeting.

VA Partners in Job Fair

The Sheridan VA Healthcare System is partnering with the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services and Sheridan Workforce Center to host a job fair next week.

Antelope Butte Focus of Ag Committee Program

The executive director of the Antelope Butte Foundation talked about the ski area and future plans at Tuesday's meeting of the Ag and Natural Resources Committee.

Commissioners Approve Change in Polling Location

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Sheridan County voters in precincts 2-2 and 2-4 will have a new location to cast their ballots in this year’s Primary and General Elections.

Treasurer Gordon Remains Optimistic About State’s Financial Future

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Wyoming State Treasurer Mark Gordon says he remains optimistic about the State’s financial future despite a revenue stream from the extraction industry that is all but dried up.