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County Road Closures

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The Sheridan Public Works Department issued a news release Thursday that the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad has requested full road closures next week to repair their crossings on two county roads.

Long-Term Care Insurance Topic of 'When I'm 64'

Sheridan insurance agent Ann Gardner will talk about long-term care insurance and the alternatives to this type of coverage next week at the Sheridan Senior Center on Smith Street.

Budget Launches Talks at District Work Session

Sheridan County School District 1 will receive $200,000 more from the state of Wyoming in the coming year.

For Leena: Holy Name School Works to Help Student With Cancer

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A student at a local catholic school in Sheridan has a very serious illness. Students and faculty are banding together to help her and her family with medical costs. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Johnson County's Special One-Cent Sales Tax Now In Effect

Sales tax in Johnson County jumped from 5% to 6% as of April 1st, after being approved by voters in the county during last fall's general election.

Madden Reappointed To Tourism Board

State Representative Mike Madden has been reappointed to his position on the Johnson County Tourism Board, after getting approval from the county commissioners at their last meeting.

A Look Back in Time: April 3, 1915

The Baptist ladies' bazaar and dinner tonight was well-attended. The ladies feel highly elated over the success of their endeavor.

Buffalo Council Approves Retail Liquor License Application

Buffalo's City Council has approved an application from R.B. Dreams, LLC d/b/a PIE Zanos for a retail liquor license for a bar on site at the soon-to-be opened restaurant in downtown Buffalo.

Police Say Arson Investigation Cooperative Effort

Local police discussed the details of the investigation of the arson case involving the county attorney’s office, recently, with Sheridan Media’s News Director Leslie Stratmoen. Here’s the report.

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