Gillette Serial Thief Sentenced to Prison

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A Wyoming judge has sentenced a serial thief to three consecutive 7- to 10-year sentences in prison for multiple felony thefts around Gillette.

UPDATE: Sheridan Couple Could Serve 15 Years for Felony Child Abuse

UPDATE: Sheridan County residents Donna Gifford and Michael Tibbets could spend 15 years in prison for felony child abuse. After a five day trial conducted last week, both were found guilty Friday on three counts.

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Council Discusses Christmas Water Main Break

During their last regular meeting, the Buffalo City Councilman Russ Humphrey asked City Public Works Director Les Hook about an incident that happened on Christmas Day.

Commission Closer To Finishing Personnel Policy

Johnson County's Deputy Attorney Barry Crago reported to the county commissioners at their last meeting that he has “two loose ends to track down,” which he thought he could complete soon, and then he would e-mail updated copies of the latest version of the county's personnel policy to the commissioners and the various department heads for their review.

An Afternoon Devoted to Janes

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Putting their heads together five years ago, Jane Wohl and Jane Perkins decided it was time to celebrate the Jane’s of the of the world.

Saturday was the 5th annual Jane Party held in the parlor of the historic Sheridan Inn.

This Week’s Poll Question

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The federal government owns nearly 640 million acres, about 28% of the land in the United States. In Wyoming, state and federal governments combined, own nearly half the acreage in the state.

National Weather Service Forecasts 2-5 Inches of Snow

A winter weather advisory for the Sheridan and surrounding areas is in effect until late this afternoon.

Governor Plans to Keep Fighting for Coal Industry

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Wyoming government officials will continue to fight for the coal industry. This was the statement released over the weekend by Gov. Matt Mead.

SAWS Holds Special Meeting

A special public meeting regarding the consolidation of the Sheridan Area Water Supply system, referred to as SAWS, will be held next week.

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