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Bark for Life

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It was a day devoted to the dogs. Saturday was the 2nd annual “Bark for Life,” a benefit for the American Cancer Society, but also a day to recognize that dogs make great companions for cancer survivors. Organizer Laramie Ulam ...

Buffalo Yogurt Shop Opens its Doors

There is a new yogurt shop in Buffalo and the name may sound familiar to Craig Johnson fans. Hannah Stepenoff has the scoop.

City and County Officials Ready for Round Two

Members of the Sheridan City Council along with Mayor Dave Kinskey held their first sit down meeting with the Sheridan County Commissioners a couple of weeks ago.

Penrose Place Hosts Open House

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Sheridan's newest senior housing facility is having an open house this weekend. Housing Coordinator Dennis Meanor (ME-nor) invites everyone to come see Penrose Place at 667 East Sixth Street.

Bridge Work Beginning on Coffeen Avenue

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As part of a district wide bridge rehab project, the Wyoming Department of Transportation announced that S&S Builders of Gillette will begin bridge deck rehabilitation on the Little Goose Bridge on Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan.

Historian Presents 'Real Calamity Jane'

Administrators at the Johnson County Public Library in Buffalo hosted a presentation on Calamity Jane. Hannah Stepenoff has thestory.

Thorne-Rider Project Ahead of Schedule

Expansion of Sheridan College's Thorne-Rider Campus Center is coming along ahead of schedule.

Commissioner Rolston Announces Bid for Re-Election

A current Sheridan County Commissioner has announced his intent to run for re-election. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Trees for Trash

City of Sheridan and Sheridan County residents will have an opportunity to receive a free Colorado spruce seedling, courtesy of Landon's Greenhouse, during Saturday's annual Trees for Trash event.

Officials Re-Route Lewis Street Traffic

The recent re-routing of traffic around a bridge reconstruction project in downtown Sheridan has created some confusion, so Ronda Holwell said they’re going back to the original plan.