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January 14th, 2014

Historic Register Includes 25 Sheridan County Sites

Twenty-five sites in Sheridan County, ranging from historic bridges to Sheridan's entire downtown area, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Wyo. Lawmaker Proposes Firing Squad for Executions

Sheridan's State Senator Bruce Burns is pushing a bill to allow the use of a firing squad to execute condemned state inmates, if constitutional problems or other issues prevent using lethal injection.

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January 13th

County Accepts Judicial/Justice Centers Heating, Cooling Contract

Powder River Heating and Air Conditioning was again awarded the contract to provide Heating, Venting and Air Conditioning (HVAC) services for both the justice center and judicial center buildings for 2014.

Buffalo Rabies Clinic Open to Anyone

Buffalo's Animal Control Officer, Karen Kimutis, wants residents in the city and county to be aware of the upcoming rabies clinic that will happen on January 25th.

City Council Approves Mayor's Appointments

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, approved the Mayor's recommendations for Appointments to various boards, and also designated the official newspaper and depositories for the city.

SC Basketball tonight home against Little Big Horn CC

GENERALS / LADY GENERALS HOOPS - The Sheridan college basketball teams will host little big horn community college at the Hoffman dome tonight. The women will tip at 5:30 the men at 7:30.

The Lady Generals enter the game 12-7 overall the Generals are 16-3.

Generals coach Steve Smiley says they are coming off another close victory and hopefully that's toughening up his team.

Over the last several years since Little Big Horn joined region nine the Lady Generals have never lost to them.

Big Horn Mountain Sunrise

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Photo by Stacey Ellenwood Photography

Water Main Break Causes Intersection Closure

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A water main near the intersection of Dow and Brooks Street in Sheridan broke Monday, which will result in a temporary closure in that area. City of Sheridan Project Manager Joe Schoen talks about how the break was caused.

Sheridan College to Host Renowned Leaders for Insight Lectures

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The Sheridan College Foundation is presenting a lecture and workshop series that will begin in February and feature three internationally renowned leaders in the field of personal development.