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August 20th, 2014

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Creative Economy Council Seeks Project Proposals

A coalition that was formed earlier this year is geared toward growing the arts in Sheridan and Johnson Counties. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Broncs Getting Set for Season Opener

(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan Bronc football team is a little over a week away from opening up the 2014 season against the Plainsmen of Laramie. As players change from year-to-year, it presents an interesting dilemma for the coaching staff. Head Coach Don Julian says that his philosophy is simple.

Story Holds Story Days This Weekend

Friday, Saturday and Sunday the town of Story will roll out the welcome for everyone to come and help celebrate their Story Days events.

Buffalo To Go After Grant For Lobban Street Project

Buffalo City Council

Buffalo's city council passed a Resolution approving submission of an application for a business-ready community grant for development and improvements of Lobban Avenue and Benteen and Fetterman Streets.

Library Expansion Approved for Ballot

Johnson County Library

Johnson County's Commissioners and the Buffalo City Council each passed a Resolution at their Tuesday meetings, approving the special one-cent tax for the library expansion project for the November General Election ballot.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 21, 1914

B.F. Perkins and C.R. Massey have just let a contract to A. Carlson to build a handsome double bungalow on Neilsen Heights.

College Construction at Lull

Construction is wrapping up at Sheridan College for the first time since 2012, but a new building phase is already being planned.

Johnson County Commission Race a Close One

After polls closed Tuesday, 2, 974 votes were cast at the Johnson County Primary election. The office of county commissioner race was tight with seven locals vying for the position.

Johnson Takes 63 Percent of Vote For Buffalo Mayor

Results from the race for mayor in Buffalo during the primary election Tuesday showed that opponent Mike Johnson garnered 63 percent of the vote, while incumbent current mayor Randy Dyess took 31 percent, with the votes being 927 to 457 respectively.