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'Pickleball' Club Wants Use Of Old City Tennis Courts

A recently-formed club in Buffalo is looking for an agreement with the city to refurbish and use the old tennis courts next to the children's center for them to play “pickleball.”

Ignite Brings People From Out of Town

Between 70 and 80 people attended this year's Ignite Professional Development Conference Tuesday, including some from out of town, according to Dixie Johnson.

American Engineering Testing Opens Sheridan Office

American Engineering Testing, Inc., a consulting firm that provides geotechnical, environmental materials and forensic engineering, testing and laboratory services, has announced that Sheridan is the home of their new office.

Senior Center Moves Meal Service

Sheridan's Senior Center will be serving meals from Sheridan Junior High School starting on June 7.

Dhekney's Work Draws People from Around the World

Sadanand Dhekney's work with grapes has brought people from all over the world to the University of Wyoming Extension Center in Sheridan.

Annual Fishing Derby This Weekend At Lake DeSmet

The 34th annual Buffalo Lions Club Fishing Derby will be happening this Memorial Day Weekend at Lake DeSmet.

Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, fishermen can purchase day passes and try their luck catching tagged fish for cash, have the opportunity to win various prizes each day and a chance at the weekend's grand prize.

Baker's Furniture Outlet Holds Ribbon-Cutting

Baker's Furniture Outlet held a grand opening and ribbon-cutting with the Sheridan County Chember of Commerce Ambassadors last Friday.

Application Period for Deer, Elk, and Antelope Ends May 31

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Resident and Nonresident hunters can apply now for their deer and antelope license.

Sheridan County Fire Organizations Participate in Quarterly Training

On Saturday, local firefighters participated in a quarterly training exercise. Sheridan Fire and Rescue Captain Gary Harnish said the type of training they did was swift water rescue.

Habitat Garage Sale Raises Estimated $20,000

The annual garage sale put on by Habitat for Humanity of Johnson County was this past weekend, and raised an estimated $20,000 for the organization over it's four-day run.