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Councilor Kelly Resigns

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Just prior to the start of the special Sheridan City Council meeting Monday night to interview the 10 candidates to fill the Council seat vacated by the resignation of Jesus Rios in August, Councilor Kristin Kelly announced that she too would be resigning from the Council.

Sheridan Man Sentenced in Federal Court for Meth Distribution

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U.S. Federal District Court of Wyoming Judge Alan Johnson recently sentenced 36-year-old Ryan Fagan of Sheridan for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATION

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Revised Wyoming K-12 education standards with a new Native American history component could be ready for State Board of Education review in January or February.

Council Gets Thank You, Pickleball Update, OKs Catering

Sharon Nadeau, Director of the Buffalo Downtown Association, came to the latest city council meeting to speak to the council and thank them and city employees for their efforts to help the organization with their downtown events during this past summer.

Commissioners Approve Tax Corrections, Pay Bills

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a number of tax corrections for 2017, and also approved vouchers for the month at their recent regular meeting.

Johnson County P&Z Moves Meeting To October 17th

Johnson County Planning and Zoning Commission will have its monthly meeting on Tuesday, October 17th instead of today, according to County Planner Jim Waller.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 10, 1917

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 Oct. 10, 1917.

People Urged to Promote Public Land Day

People attending Monday night's public land meeting were urged to promote a proposed Public Lands Day in Wyoming to be held annually on the land Saturday of September.

Public Land Proposals Aren't About Local Control

Proposals to turn over federal public lands to management by the state of Wyoming aren't about local control, according to the president of the Council for the Bighorn Range.

Dahlin: Wyoming Has to Diversify

Wyoming has to diversify in a big way.

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