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Alpine Donates Furnaces to Dayton Club

Members of the Dayton School Benefit Club gathered Wednesday to thank Bob and Carol Gates, owners of Alpine Climate Control, for donation of two Lennox furnaces for the Dayton Community Hall where the club meets.

Sheridan Commission Approves Amended Agreement For Airport

The amendment specifies an incentive plan for Forecast, Inc. for revenue growth and management with airlines serving the airport.

Gordon Discusses Grizzly Bear, Water Issues

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During his first telephone news conference after being elected as Wyoming's new governor, State Treasurer Mark Gordon took questions from reporters from around the state.

Buffalo Council Approves Annexation On First Read

The Buffalo City Council has approved on first reading an Ordinance that if passed on three readings will approve an annexation of lands into the City of Buffalo.

Sheridan, Buffalo KOAs Receive Awards

The Sheridan/Big Horn Mountains and Buffalo Journey campgrounds have been names recipients of awards from the Kampgrounds of America.

Brucellosis found in northwest Wyoming cattle herd

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A new case of brucellosis has been found in a cattle herd in northwest Wyoming, and the herd has been placed in quarantine.

The Wyoming Livestock Board says additional tests are being conducted on the herd in Teton County to confirm the disease.

State could change investment strategy for checking account

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming may change its investment strategy to a more conservative approach for the state's checking account.

UW Art Museum Accepts Works for Juried Student Exhibition

The official call for entries is available online for the University of Wyoming Art Museum’s 44th annual Juried UW Student Exhibition.

SCSD2 WY-TOPP, ACT Scores Among Highest in State

Sheridan County School District 2 students recently received their scores for the new state WY-TOPP tests and school officials are very pleased with the results.

Heated Discussion Over Mayor/Council Handbook

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A discussion about the final draft of the Mayor/Council Handbook became a bit testy at Tuesday’s Sheridan City Council study session. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

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