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City Approves Agreement for Hydroturbine Facility

The city of Sheridan will build, own and operate a hydroturbine faciliy to generate electricity under an agreement approved Tuesday night with Montana-Dakota Utilities.

BP Lower 48 Helps Sponsor Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt

The 2016 Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt, that happens in Ucross, has just gained a leading producer of oil and gas as a platinum sponsor.

Upper Section of Yellowstone Reopens to Fishing

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The upper stretch of the Yellowstone River and its tributaries are open to fishing access as of Tuesday.

Bond Set for Man in Broadway Standoff

A $35,000 cash only bond was set for 32-year-old Scott Bronson by Judge Shelley A. Cundiff on Tuesday afternoon in Sheridan Circuit Court.

County Commission Considers Rezone Request

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The Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday approved the Mydland Trust Rezone, which was a request by the Elmer Milton Mydland Trust to rezone 117 acres from Agricultural to Urban Residential. The property fronts Big Horn Road, or State Highway 332 near Paradise Park Road.

Ramaco Makes $90 Million Investment

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Ramaco Development, LLC, who has offices in Sheridan and Lexington, Kentucky, announced Tuesday, that a $90 million investment should enable two new coal mines to open in Virginia and West Virginia within the next year.

Wyoming Downs Satellite Facility Extended

Wyoming Downs operates a satellite facility at 841 Broadway Street in Sheridan, which is located inside Rails Brews and Cues.

If You Meet a Living Legend, You Better Get to Know Him

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An old grizzled editor told me 50 years ago that during my career I should always to be on the lookout for real life heroes. “If you are lucky, you might get to know at least one in your life. If so, spend time with them. You will never regret it,” I was told.

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JCHC To Educate, Increase Awareness Of Breast Cancer

Julia Bettinger

*Note: this story has been updated with new and correct information.

During their recent monthly meeting, the Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center were given a report on a project with the goal of raising awareness in the community about breast cancer.