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BNSF Railroad Crossing Repair to Close WYO 343

The Burlington Northern SantaFe (BNSF) Railroad has requested a road closure on WYO 343 near the intersection of WYO 345 east of Parkman to repair the railroad crossing. The closure will take place on Tuesday, December 11 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

AARP Report Shows Wyoming’s Increasing Dependency on State Funding

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Among the most pressing concerns revealed by AARP’s “Across the States” report is the fact that Wyoming is aging faster than any other state, and its caregiver pool-- the demographic of ages which are most likely to act as caregivers for loved ones-- will drop significantly.

Twin M Design Introduces the Future of Leather Ink

Sheridan’s Twin M Design has introduced a new leather ink to the market this week.

Governor Mead Announces Wyoming State Engineer’s Plans to Retire

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Wyoming State Engineer, Pat Tyrrell, has advised Governor Matt Mead of his plan to retire in early January of 2019. The State Engineer is a position established in the Wyoming Constitution, a unique designation signaling historic importance of water to the State.

Sheridan Chamber Announces Christmas Stroll Contest Winners

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held a lighting and decorating contest for local businesses at the 2018 Christmas Stroll.

Sheridan Marine Corps Toys for Tots Campaign Begins

The Sheridan Area Marine Corp Toys For Tots campaign is in full swing. Local resident, Gary Small is the Coordinator for the Campaign. Small states "We have over 20 Toys For Tots donation boxes in area retail stores and businesses.

Bureau of Land Management Burns Slash Piles in Campbell County

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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Buffalo Field Office is planning to burn slash piles on BLM lands this fall and winter in several areas, including Billy Creek, Mosier Gulch, Slip Road, Gardner Mountain, and in the Collins Road area in northcentral Campbell County.

US 14A Seasonal Closure Now In Effect

A 22-mile stretch of scenic mountain road in the Bighorn Mountains known as US 14A has been closed for the season due to safety hazards-- heavy snows and relatively light traffic during the winter months make maintenance of the mountain portion of US 14A impractical.

Wyoming Highway Patrol Stresses Importance of Move Over Law

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Wyoming lawmakers recently passed a new Move Over law that requires motorists to move over not only for parked emergency responders like the Wyoming Highway Patrol (WHP), but also for authorized municipal, public utility, highway construction or highway maintenance vehicles.

Bighorn National Forest Reiterates Snowmobile Guidelines

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The winter season is quickly approaching, and with it, the Bighorn National Forest would like to remind the public of their guidelines regarding snowmobiles.

WYDOT Completes IRP Project in Buffalo

With nothing left but a chip seal to be done next summer, an Industrial Road Program (IRP) collaboration between WYDOT District 4 and Johnson County Road & Bridge on Johnson County Road 204, also known as TW Road, has been completed.

North Sheridan Interchange Construction Near Completion

Running on four years now, the joint reconstruction project between the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) and the city of Sheridan is not only nearly complete, but also about a year ahead of schedule. The $46.4 million project began in July of 2016.

Charges Issued Through U.S. Attorney's Office

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On November 1, William Tyler Midgett, 32, of Evansville, Wyoming was arrested in Casper.

Chamber Gathers to Discuss Local Housing Market

This Wednesday, the Chamber of Commerce hosted a Chamber Lunch, inviting the community to join them at the Holiday Inn convention hall to discuss new ways to expand the local housing market.

AARP to Host Online Care Fair for Caregivers

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This Thursday, AARP will be hosting an Online Care Fair for caregivers in the Rocky Mountain Region. The fair aims to make caring for a loved one as smooth as possible through providing tips, tools, and access to state and local resources.

CHAPS Introduces Equine Assisted Therapy to Children and Seniors

This winter, Children, Horses, Adults in PartnerShip (CHAPS) will be bringing two ponies to local seniors and Pre-K students, providing them with the opportunity to engage in equine assisted therapy.

Sheridan College Faculty Lecture Explores Ancient Eruption

This Thursday, Bjarne Kristiansen, Archaeology and Cultural Anthropology instructor at Sheridan College, will give a lecture titled “Mount Toba: Apocalypse or Advantage?” in Whitney Academic Center, Room 153.

Sheridan College Jazz Performance to Feature Unique Sounds

The Sheridan College Jazztet and Jazz Ensemble will be performing in Kinnison Hall at Whitney Center for the Arts this Thursday. The performance will include the addition of blues harmonica, which is unique this year. Dr.

County Road #42 Closing for Railroad Repairs

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This Tuesday, the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad will be closing County Road #42, Ulm Road, to repair their crossing. The closure will take place from 6:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

To view the closure map, visit https://goo.gl/maps/2ytbtmmp1f22.

Venice Baroque Orchestra to Perform at Sheridan College

This Saturday, the world’s most foremost baroque ensemble, Venice Baroque Orchestra, will be performing at Kinnison Hall at Whitney Center for the Arts.