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Chief Picks Koltiska, Ringley to Help Lead Police Department

Two of the Sheridan Police Department's long-time officers are being promoted to help lead the department.

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A Look Back in Time: Dec. 31, 1914

Initial steps were taken this past year by which government land in Sheridan County will pass into private ownership through homestead filings.

City To Follow Report On Street Light Outages

At their last meeting Buffalo’s City Council heard from City Works Director Les Hook that he had submitted a report by two separate means to Rocky Mountain Power informing them of and asking for them to repair street lights in Buffalo that have not been working for quite some time.

Swearing In For Elected County Officials January 5th

A reception and swearing-in ceremony for Johnson County's newly-elected officials will be held in the Johnson County Judicial Center, District Court Room on Monday, January 5th.

Johnson County's 2014 Year In Review: October-December

Over the last few days we have taken a look back at the top stories of 2014 that happened in Johnson County.

Today we will focus on the fourth quarter of the year, from October through December of 2014.

Reed's Among Most Successful Stores in Sheridan

One of the booming businesses in Sheridan in 1914 was Reed's.

2014 Sheridan County Year in Review: Fourth Quarter

We conclude our Year in Review for Sheridan County with a look at the fourth quarter of 2014. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Local Resident Says ABLE Act Would Limit Her Savings

A proposed law that’s working its way through Congress is of great concern to a local resident. 37-year-old Jeannie Ellinger of Sheridan who receives disability says the ABLE Act would not allow her to save $2,000 without affecting her benefits.

Game and Fish Director Reflects on 2014

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With 2014 coming to an end, Wyoming Game and Fish Department Director Scott Talbott took time to reflect on the state of wildlife in Wyoming.

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