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Sheridan County Library received a $52,000 check from the Friends of the Library April 16th. All counted, the donation brings the total up to $1 million over the past 31 years. This is the money that was raised from the November 2013 Friends...
He's had a busy week, from commenting on wolves, and Google. Governor Matt Mead also this week visited with a delegation from the country of Taiwan. Last year, as you may recall, the governor traveled to the country on a trade mission in hopes...
Here is where you can find the Easter Bunny! Tongue River Easter Egg Hunt 10:00AM TODAY Scott Bicentennial Park, Dayton Sheridan Recreation District Easter Egg Hunt Eggs-Travaganza 10:00AM - 10:15AM TODAY Open to ages 0-8! Thorne-Rider Park
Last year's Longmire Days was by all means a huge success for not only the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and those who volunteered to help, but for Buffalo as a whole, as an estimated 5,000 people attended the events. This year, due to some concerns and
Believe it or not Sheridan and Johnson Counties have had tornadoes in the past. Late spring into summer in Northeastern Wyoming can bring severe thunderstorms, such as the one featured in the video below from last year. While that storm...
Multiple changes with not only the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, but Sheridan Travel and Tourism, have lead to a new opportunity. Beginning May 1st, the Chamber will be relocating its office to downtown Sheridan, 171 North Main. You may recognize that address as Sheridan College's downtown location. Programs there are moving to another location, offering office space. Dixie Johnson CEO
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Local filmaker, Preston Randolph, will debut his recent film next week. The film entitled "...epilogue", was produced, edited, and stars talent from the Basin... (read more)

A plan for the Powell City Council to decide where to haul its trash has again been delayed. Council was to decide Monday between three different landfill bids. The process is complex because not only has the city sought bids from landfills, they've also had to seek bids from tucking companies... (read more)

Monday begins the large-scale improvement project on US 14A through Lovell. The nearly $5 million project will include utility replacement underneath the north side of the highway, marking the last phase in Lovell's infrastructure improvements... (read more)

At this week's meeting, Cody City Council recognized veteran city employee, Blaine Keever. Keever worked for the city for over 30 years, performing a job that has long-since become antiquated with the progress of thechnology... (read more)
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