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February 28th

Wyoming Highway Patrol Reminds Motorist To Slow Down and Move Over

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(Photo courtesy of the WHP)

The Wyoming Highway Patrol issued a news release Thursday that stated that at approximately 9:18 am Sunday, troopers were dispatched to a motor vehicle collision that took place around milepost 46 on Interstate 80 east of Lyman.

Ballet Jorgen Comes to Sheridan College

Canada's Ballet Jorgen and the Billings Symphony will present “Coppelia: a Comedy with Love” for two nights at the Whitney Center for the Arts at Sheridan College.

Tass on First Session in the House

There were several new faces in the local delegation of the 65th Wyoming Legislature. Representative for House District 40 Richard Tass shared how he felt his freshman 2019 General Session went.

Governor Gordon Talks State Amphibian

One of the bills that made it all the way through the 2019 General Session and was signed into law by Governor Mark Gordon was Senate File 50. This legislation designates the Blotched Tiger Salamander as Wyoming’s official State Amphibian.

JCHC Prepares For New CEO's Arrival Next Week

JCHC Interim CEO John Osse

The Johnson County Healthcare Center (JCHC) has hired a new Chief Executive Officer, and the facility is looking forward to his arrival next week.

Funding For Proposed Community Center Yet Undetermined

A proposed community center for Buffalo has been proposed by Johnson County School District #1 Superintendent Jim Wagner that the community could use for school sporting events, classes for community health, and events.

Johnson County Business Expo Coming March 15th and 16th

The 16th annual Johnson County Business Expo will be happening March 15th and 16th and will feature small businesses from all over the region showcasing their goods and services under one roof.

City Set to Begin Budget Work

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City of Sheridan Administrator Mark Collins (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The process of crafting a budget for the City of Sheridan for the upcoming fiscal year is underway. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

‘Learn to Ski and Snowshoe Day’ Set for Sunday

The Black Mountain Nordic Club has partnered with the Sheridan Recreation District, the Sport Stop and Arrowhead Lodge to host a “Learn to Ski and Snowshoe Day this Sunday from 10am to 3pm.

Senator Barrasso: Wheeler is Uniquely Qualified to Lead the EPA

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso (Courtesy photo)

U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming spoke on the Senate floor Wednesday on the need to confirm Andrew Wheeler to be administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.