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April 17th, 2014

Black Tooth Does it Again

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A local brewery continues to produce award winning beer. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Building a Winner

Cub Scouts from Sheridan and Johnson County will pack the showroom of Hammer Chevrolet in Sheridan Saturday for the annual Pinewood Derby.

County Residents Discuss SID With Buffalo Council

Mike Markovsky came before the Buffalo City Council at this week's meeting to discuss how the city may gain users on the NW Water Pipeline Project if they were willing to help landowners in the area by reducing some of the costs involved with hooking up to the water line.

Commissioners Get Kaycee Library Update

Earlier this month members of the Johnson County Library Board gave a report to the county commissioners about cracks in the foundation and walls at the Kaycee Library.

Animal Shelter Garage Sale Fundraiser Saturday In Buffalo

This Saturday the St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo will be having a garage/bake sale fundraiser to benefit the shelter.

There will be a garage sale featuring kitchen and household items, furniture, tools, pet supplies and more.

Thursday 04-17-14

Susan Carr with CASA / Governor Matt Mead

Friends of the Library Makes Donation

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The Friends of the Library presented a $52,000 check to Sheridan County Public Library System Director Cameron Duff at the library’s board of directors meeting April 16. The donation brings the total amount donated by the Friends group to more than $1 million over 31 years.

Trinity Lutheran Presents ‘The Last Supper’

One of the local churches has planned a special program, which is open to the public. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Rec District, Little League Sign Pact

The recreation district board has approved a draft memorandum of understanding with the Sheridan Little League that will allow youth registered with Webb Wright Baseball to participate in the Little League as well.

Leaders Approve Historic Highway Annex

An ordinance annexing a portion of historic U.S. Highway 14 passed second reading before Ranchester's Town Council at the meeting Tuesday evening.