Johnson County's Candidates-Coroner

We will be taking a look at the candidates for elected offices in Buffalo and Johnson County leading up to Wyoming's Primary Election next Tuesday.

Today we will focus on the two candidates for Johnson County Coroner, current coroner Dave Harness and challenger Kristen Rutt.

JCSD1 Board Approves Contract For New Superintendent

The Board of Trustees for Johnson County School District One held a special meeting Wednesday night to discuss and possibly act on the contract for new Superintendent James M. Wagner, who will take over the district September 1st.

Johnson County's Candidates-County Commission

Wyoming's Primary Election is next Tuesday, and we will be taking a look at the candidates for elected offices in Buffalo and Johnson County.

Padlock Marks 75 Years of Ranching -- Feature Series

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Does the world need more cowboys?

Homer and Mildred Scott might say today, “There are 12,000 cattle on a 400,000 acre ranch straddling Wyoming and Montana that depend on it!”

Hunter Ed Class Scheduled for August 20

If you are a first time hunter or have a child planning to hunt this fall for the first time, there will be a hunter education course available next week.

Ice Cream with a Cop Set for Saturday

Sheridan’s Kendrick Park will be the setting for the next Sheridan Police Department Outreach event that is set for this weekend.

Dodson Responds To Barrasso Ads

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Sitting U.S. Republican Senator for Wyoming John Barrasso is currently running ads that call to question several items that he sees as issues with Dave Dodson’s Candidacy for the seat that Barrasso currently holds.

C&D Disposal Fee Waiver Program Could Be Continued

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The City of Sheridan is considering continuing a highly successful fee waiver program at the City Landfill. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Senate District 21 Candidates Weigh-In on ENDOW Initiative

The Wyoming Legislature at their most recent session earlier this year passed a number of measures to support Governor Matt Mead’s Economically Needed Diversity Options for Wyoming initiative, better known as ENDOW.

New Convocation Tradition to Help Kick Off UW Fall Semester

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A ceremony in the University of Wyoming’s Arena-Auditorium for first-year and transfer students will help kick off the 2018-19 academic year at UW.

The New Student Convocation, a new fall semester tradition, is Tuesday, Aug. 28, at 3:30 p.m.

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