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Work On A Regional Mitigation Plan Coming This Year

Johnson County, the City of Buffalo, and the Town of Kaycee will be participating in developing a Regional Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan, and the planning has already started, according to County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

Buffalo Council Approves Designations, Submits Disclosures

Buffalo's City Council, in addition to approving the recommendations for Mayor Mike Johnson's appointments, also approved designations for the newspaper and depositories for the city.

Plan Now For Buffalo's Small Business Expo

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is urging interested vendors to sign up now and join them for the 15th Annual 2018 Johnson County Small Business Expo, and save some money for registering early.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 5, 1918

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Jan. 5, 1918.

Ramaco Launches Website for Coal Project

Ramaco Carbon has launched a website for a project that, according to company CEO Randall Atkins, will bring cutting-edge forms of advanced manufacturing to Sheridan, Wyoming and the coal industry.

Tax Help Available for Small Business Owners

A business fitness webinar series will start Feb. 1 that's aimed at providing tax help for self-employed business owners in Wyoming.

UW Engineering Alumnus Honored for STEM Work

Dwight Lee Bates, a 1966 graduate of the University of Wyoming, has been recognized as a “Science Superhero” for the month of December by the Science Channel.

The Stigma of Counseling

People don’t hesitate telling acquaintances about a trip to their dentist or physician, but most stay quiet about their therapy appointment. That’s according to Clinical Psychologist and California Professor Ryan Howes.

Wyoming residents voice frustrations on energy developments

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A group of southeastern Wyoming residents voiced frustrations about recent energy developments to county commissioners, claiming trucks carrying oil and gas drilling equipment continue to speed through residential areas.

Colorado man made descent from star student to deputy killer

DENVER (AP) — He was once a standout student in law school and an Army medic who deployed to Iraq. By last weekend, he lay dead in a Colorado apartment building, killed by a SWAT team after he gunned down a 29-year-old deputy.

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