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JCSD1 Approves Agreement with SCSD3

The Johnson County School District #1 Board of Trustees discussed approving an agreement that will allow Sheridan County School District #3 to send buses into Johnson County's district to pick up students that will attend school in Sheridan County District 3.

Sunday Last Day for Papa John's

At 10 p.m. Sunday, Papa John's in Sheridan will close its doors for the last time.

Down on Main Street

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The month long Main Street configuration test in downtown Sheridan is entering its second week, and City officials continue to monitor how the change is impacting motorists.

Council Expected to Consider MOU With County for Air Service

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The Sheridan County Commissioners recently approved a Memorandum of Understanding between Sheridan County and the Wyoming Department of Transportation for participation in the Commercial Air Service Improvement Plan.

Crow Agency Fire Update

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After several days of no fires, two engines and a helicopter from the Crow Agency Bureau of Indian Affairs responded Thursday to a small fire in hilltop timber near the Kid Creek fuels management unit.

Author Presentation at Fulmer Thursday

On Thursday, the Sheridan Fulmer Library will be hosting an Author to talk about his book with the community.

Tips Training Set for Wednesday

A free TIPS alcoholic beverage server training class will be offered to the public on Wednesday provided there is interest from individuals in the community.

Draft CIP Presented to Council

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In November of last year, the Sheridan City Council contracted with WWC Engineering to update the City’s Capital Improvements Program.

Goose Creek Cup Rated 'Huge Success' for DSA

The Goose Creek Cup polo match held earlier this summer to benefit the Downtown Sheridan Association was a huge success.

JCSD1 Board OKs Applying for Alternative School Funding

The Johnson County School Board has approved district administration to apply to the state for funding of a proposed alternative school to be built in Buffalo.

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