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2 Big Horn Elk Show Brucellosis in System

Wildlife officials say two elk have tested positive for having the brucellosis disease in their system for the third straight year in northern Wyoming's Big Horn Mountains, as was the case in 2012 and last year.

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PMO Updates Johnson County Commission On Latest Efforts

Sydney Rowe and Anne Quast, with the Prevention Management Organization Of Wyoming (PMO) came before the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting to update them on the efforts to curb alcohol, tobacco and drug abuse and the rate of suicide in the state.

JCSD1 Recognizes Students Of The Month

Students from each Buffalo school were recognized as the “Students Of The Month” during this week's School Board meeting.

Buffalo Chamber After Hours Features Madden, Kinskey

Thursday, November 13th, the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will host their Chamber After Hours event for the month, featuring appearances by State Representative Mike Madden and State Senator Dave Kinskey.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 13, 1914

A compressed-air whitewasher designed for the interior of buildings is being used very effectively to disinfect stock cars in the Burlington yards in Sheridan.

Program Honors Those Who Served in WWI

The people of the Sheridan area who served during World War I will be the focus of a program tomorrow at the local library.

City Service Center Expansion on Schedule

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Work to expand a city facility is progressing and remains on schedule. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Christmas Tree Permits Available for the National Forest

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Christmas Tree permits are now available for the Bighorn National Forest. According to Public Affairs Specialist Susie Douglas with the National Forest, permits are $8 for a tree up to 10 feet tall.

Hill Discusses State Accountability in Education Act

The Wyoming Department of Education announced last week that results from both the federal and state accountability systems for all school districts are available for public view. Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill spoke with Sheridan Media about her concerns with the new state accountability system.

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