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May 15th, 2014

Buffalo Approves Grant Application For Development Study

Buffalo's City Council, at their last meeting, approved Resolution No. 1374, authorizing an application for a business ready community grant to study the feasibility of developing city-owned properties near the Highway 16/I-90 interchange, near TW Road.

CPR/First Aid Certification Class Saturday at SCJC

For those needing or wanting to become certified in CPR and /or First Aid in Johnson County, register by 5pm Friday for Saturday's classes to be offered at Sheridan College in Johnson County (or SCJC).

Thursday 05-15-14

State Superintendent Cindy Hill / Wyoming Community Foundation, Philanthropy day

August Start Date for Wyoming Lottery

The state lottery's chief executive officer was in Sheridan this week to provide an update. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Jaycees Offer Leadership Opportunities

The local Sheridan Jaycees is offering leadership opportunities. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Community Likes Hospital Services, Wants More

As reported earlier, the managers of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital are on a fact-finding mission this week in hopes of learning what the community wants in the future.

More Than 100 Trees Damaged

Bighorn National Forest officials are investigating damage to 115 trees in the Powder River Ranger District near Buffalo.

A Look Back in Time: May 15, 1914

Fred Jensen and Elsie Wentz are in serious condition, and two others slightly injured, in an accident on Carney hill, near Carneyville, last night.

May 14th

Trooper baseball / Regional Soccer and Track / Rockies drop two straight in KC

TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers are 0-2 on the season after dropping two against the Billings Halos.

Last week's games with the Billings Royals were rained out Head coach Ben Phillips says he saw some good things in the two games they did get to play.

And Phillips says since they were rained out last Sunday the players really need to get some live action against another opponent.

Longmire Days Schedule Set, Says Chamber

Jarvis spoke to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting to update them what they have accomplished in the last few weeks.