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Tickets On Sale This Week For Museum Gala

Tickets for the Sheridan County Museum’s Gala fundraiser will go on sale tomorrow at the WYO Theater in Sheridan or at the museum.

Buffalo Hosts Final Workshop On Water Rate Restructuring

Officials with the City of Buffalo hosted the second of two public workshops Monday on the possibility of restructuring the rate structure for water users.

Buffalo, Kaycee Turn Out For Meeting On School Funding

About 125 people showed up at the Buffalo High School Auditorium Monday night to hear from Johnson County School District board members and employees on the pending budget cuts that will have to be made in the coming years.

'Gatekeeper' Grant Awarded to NWMHC

A grant has been approved that could eventually lead to a crisis stabilization facility operated by the Northern Wyoming Mental Center and located in Sheridan.

Abortion Bills Still in the Works

Late last week, two bills on abortion were amended and discussed in Cheyenne by the legislators. According to Gail Symons, local Civics 307 blogger, those bills will be worked on more during this last week of the 2017 session.

Buffalo Council Passes Second Read On Hunting Ordinance

At their recent meeting, Buffalo's City Council approved the second reading of Ordinance #1388, which will make a change to city code concerning hunting within the city limits.

Holy Name Youth Have Mardi Gras Party

Teens in grades eight through 12 in Holy Name Parish gathered at the Knights of Columbus Hall for a Mardi Gras party Sunday night.

Sheridan College’s Welding Program

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Looking at the variety of certificate programs available at Sheridan College, Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us this story on the Welding Program.

Jackalope Jump Raises $5,700-Plus

More than 20 people plunged into nearly freezing water Saturday afternoon to raise money for Special Olympics of Wyoming.

National Geographic’s Mark Jenkins to Hold Lecture on Wednesday

University of Wyoming Graduate and Journalist for National Geographic Mark Jenkins will hold a lecture entitled Tea, Trade, and Tyranny: Tibet and China Over Time, at the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts Concert Hall on Wednesday. According to Dr.