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September 26th, 2016

Commissioners Discuss Cattle Guard In Lake DeSmet

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed a cattle guard that has been found in Lake Desmet, and talked to County Road and Bridge about how it might be removed.

First Showing Of Longmire Episodes Tonight

Longmire fans can, starting tonight, watch their favorite television show with concessions and a cash bar along with other fans in a comfortable setting.

Buffalo Council Accepts Grants For Compliance Checks

Buffalo's City Council discussed two grants at their last council meeting that will pay for both alcohol and tobacco compliance checks at city and county businesses, after the request was submitted by Sergeant Garth Nicholas of the Buffalo Police Department on behalf of Chief Jason Carder.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 27, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Sept. 27, 1916.

Skyview West Subdivision Final Plat Approved

The Sheridan city planning commission approved the final plat Monday night of the Skyview West Subdivision, a replat of just under 7 acres on the northeast corner of Big Horn Avenue and Brundage Lane.

TSA Screening to Start Sunday at Airport

The Transportation Security Administration will start screening passengers at the Sheridan County Airport on Sunday.

Request to Archive District Court Documents on Hold

A request by Sheridan County Clerk of District Court Nickie Arney to archive documents in her office is on hold pending additional information.

Air Methods Ends Flights in Sheridan

Air Methods Corporation, which operates Wyoming LifeFlight, has ended operations in Sheridan.

Santosha Yoga Workshop

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This Friday through Saturday, Local Yoga Instructor Teddy Araas will be hosting Santosha Yoga Workshops. Araas explained that the word Santosha means contentment.

Don’t Let the Cold Deter Your Fitness Routine

With the change in how many hours a day their is light, along with the weather conditions getting colder, many people can lose sight of their fitness goals according to local health coach Erin Nitschke.