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New Cry for Peacemakers:‘1-2-3 Joe McGowan!’

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Last fall, Wyoming’s present and future peacemakers learned about a new hero for them to emulate, when a young Lander man was killed while trying to break up a fight in Laramie.

Planning Commission Recommends Approval of Independent Lane Annexation

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission recommended approval to the City Council the annexation of 24,600 square feet into the city limits that will be zoned as an R-1 Residence District.

G&F Will Host Series of Public Meetings

The Wyoming Game and Fish will host a series of public meetings over the next several weeks. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Members of 153rd Airlift Wing Return Home

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Nearly 100 members of the 153rd Airlift Wing, Wyoming Air National Guard, are now home with their families following a recent deployment to Southwest Asia. According to a news release from the State of Wyoming Military Department, the final plane returned home last week.

Doctors Provide Patton With Medications, Support

Doctors at Cheyenne's Regional Medical Center continue to provide Sheridan County legislator John Patton with medications and support as they wait to see whether he will recover from an ongoing lung inflammation.

City Authorizes Half-Million Dollars for Recycling Program

Sheridan city officials have allocated just over a half-million dollars for the equipment that's needed to implement the new curbside recycling program.

Self-Esteem to be Focus of Brown Bag Seminar

Sheridan counselor Lynn Gordon will talk about self-esteem during this week's after-hours and brown bag seminars.

Library's Tween Program Back By Popular Demand

The Tween Challenge program at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is back by popular demand.

Grassroots Group Supports President’s Veto of Pipeline

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The U.S. Senate recently failed to override the President’s veto of legislation that would approve construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. Reporter Hannah Stepenoff interviewed a member of a grassroots organization that is aiming to stop the pipeline from ever being built. Here is the story.

A Look Back in Time: March 10, 1915

C.D. Shauver of Sheridan received notification today that he has been appointed assistant state engineer.

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