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December 2nd

The Poll Question of the Week

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Sisters fight, that's not unusual. But when it's the Cheney sisters that are at odds, it becomes headline material.

Light Up Buffalo Fun, Successful

This weekend's Light Up Buffalo events were fun for those participating, and successful in raising funds for the Buffalo Downtown Association (BDA).

County approves amended contract for fairgrounds

Johnson County's Commissioners approved and amended contract for billing of power at the horse barns at the county's fairgrounds.

Signs, Dogs, Alleys Discussed By Council

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook gave his report to the council at their last meeting, and was asked about a number of concerns of some council members.

Christensen out as Wyoming coach

Dave Christensen was fired as Wyoming's football coach Sunday after the Cowboys lost five of their last six games this season.

He coached Wyoming for five years, taking the Cowboys to two bowl games. Wyoming finished 5-7 after starting 4-2, ending the season with a 35-7 loss to Utah State on Saturday.

Athletic Director Tom Burman says the football program "has not achieved at the level of success that we expect."

Christensen has three years remaining on a contract that runs through 2016.

Light Up Buffalo 2013

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Images from this last weekend's Light Up Buffalo events. Photos by Aaron Palmer.

SAGE Hosts Two December Art Shows

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Sheridan's community art guild, SAGE, is hosting two shows this month. Four Sheridan County artists are featured in “Retrospective/New Prospective,” a show that brings two legendary local artists together with two relative newcomers to Sheridan's art community.

December 1st

Week In Review

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It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top news stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting where they awarded the City's last bar and grill license to the Historic Sheridan Inn. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more.

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Mrs. Claus Reveals 'Secret Identity'

Many area residents, children and adults, have noticed that Mrs. Claus looks a lot like a certain well-known Sheridan resident. Well … turns out that's no accident. Mrs. Claus has a secret identity. And this week, she shared her secret with Sheridan Media.

Dayton Council Meets Monday

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Dayton's town council will consider final reading of the town's floodplain ordinance, and discuss allowing residents to run water to keep water pipes from freezing, at a meeting Monday evening. The session will start at 7:30 in the Town Hall.