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A Look Back in Time: March 15, 1915

Clifford Carroll, the 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Carroll on West Fourth Street, narrowly escaped drowning this morning.

State Education Board Looking For Members For Assessment Task Force

The Wyoming State Board of Education has been charged with assembling a statewide assessment task force to study options for future statewide assessments, as part of recently passed legislation.

Enzi Calls For State Involvement in Listing Animals as Endangered

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, a Republican from Wyoming, recently sponsored legislation to amend the Endangered Species Act, passed in 1973. He is proposing to allow states the chance to see the data before an animal is listed under the Endangered Species Act.

Mayor Weighs In on Great Lakes Termination

Great Lakes Airlines gave notice recently that they would be terminating their service at the Sheridan County Airport at the end of this month. Sheridan Mayor John Heath says that air service is vital to economic development in Sheridan.

City Plans to Award Retail Liquor License Monday

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The lone remaining retail liquor license in Sheridan may be awarded Monday night at the Sheridan City Council meeting. Councilman Jesus Rios says that the council heard presentations from all of the applicants at their March 2nd meeting.

Kobza Nominated for Superintendent of Year

Sheridan County School District 1 Superintendent Marty Kobza has been nominated for Wyoming School Superintendent of the Year.

A Look Back in Time: March 14, 1915

Mrs. J.J. McDermott and Angeline Bodan of Arvada are visiting friends in Sheridan.

Johnson County Health Fair Today

The 2015 Johnson County Health Fair is happening today at the Johnson County Fairgrounds' Community Building just north of Buffalo.

'Mary Poppins' Flies Through Weekend

Mary Poppins continues to fly across the Sheridan skies through the weekend. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Buffalo, Sheridan, Gillette in Line for State Grants

Two proposed projects for the town of Buffalo, one that includes Sheridan and Gillette, will be recommended for state funding next month.

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