The Sheridan City Council will meet for their first regularly scheduled meeting of June on Monday. According to the agenda, there will be a public hearing on the adoption of Joint Planning Area Land Use Plan. Later in the meeting, the council will vote on whether or not to adopt said plan.

The University of Wyoming recently announced that they have eliminated the positions of 37 employees and five low enrollment programs in an effort to help offset the loss of $42 million in state funding.

The Annual Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter Rabies Clinic will start Tuesday in Sheridan’s Kendrick Park. Shelter Executive Director Debie Crawford said that all pets must be brought in a carrier or on a leash.

In March, the Wyoming Office of Tourism sponsored a “China-Ready” workshop in Sheridan that included a presentation by China Luxury Advisors, a team of consultants who counsel luxury brands, tourism boards, destinations and retailers on their China consumer strategy.

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming woman accused of stealing nearly $40,000 worth of brass vases from cemeteries and recycling the metal for cash has pleaded guilty.

The 34th annual Buffalo Lions Club Lake DeSmet Raffle and Fishing Derby is in the books for another year, and was a great success, according to club President Adam Teten.

The last portion of the Johnson County Healthcare Center's 2018 building project is now “substantially complete, according to CEO Nicole Hobbs, who made the announcement to the board of trustees during their Wednesday night meeting.

County Clerk Vicki Edelman explained to the commissioners at a recent meeting why KATS was making the request.

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