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May 12th, 2014

Texting While Driving Tickets on Rise

Texting while driving has become a growing problem, locally. Chief Rich Adriaens of the Sheridan police force said his department has written 24 tickets for texting over the latest three-year period of tallies, which was since 2010 when the law was enacted through the end of last year.

Ranch Sustainability Forum Begins Today

Sheridan County's first Ranch Sustainability Forum starts today at Sheridan College and the Padlock Ranch.

Commissioners to Decide Salaries for Elected Officials

The Sheridan County Commission is considering freezing the salaries of all elected county officers, for now, except for the coroner's.

May 11th

Troopers rained out / Rockies off to a 23-17 start / Spring Sports post season begins this week

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers had their home opener rained out Sunday and now wait six more days until their next games.

The Troops are schedule to play at Rapid City post #320 Saturday and two in Powell Sunday.

Head coach Ben Phillips says they just have to play the waiting game and right now they just need to play to get the bats going and get that pitching staff more live innings.

The next home date for the Troops will be Thursday May 29th in a double header with Douglas.

A Look Back in Time: May 12, 1914

The Sheridan Stampede committee yesterday adopted the official expression for the Fourth of July event being planned here.

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Large Crowd Welcomes New Gatchell Exhibit

Many people converged on the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum and the Historic Courthouse in Buffalo Friday night to welcome a new exhibit to the museum and watch a presentation by those directly responsible for making the exhibit a reality.

County Signs MOU With State For Public Health Services

Johnson County's Commissioners discussed and then signed a Memorandum of Understanding (or MOU) for a Public Health contract for the county to provide Maternal and child services for the next two years.

Signs Installed At Crazy Woman Square

Buffalo Planning Director Lynn Barrett gave her report to the city council at their last meeting, saying the restroom signs and the signs for no dogs allowed in Crazy Woman Square have finally been installed

Buffalo Soccer Wins, Kaycee Hosts Track Meet

The Buffalo High School Boys' and girls' soccer teams won their games this week and will finish their seasons against Worland this week, then wait for their matchups in the State Tournament May 23-24.