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November 20th, 2014

Wyoming Farm Bureau Sets Policy

The Wyoming Farm Bureau has adopted policies on a number of issues, including trespassing on private property and transportation.

The policies were adopted at the 95th annual meeting of the organization last week in Sheridan.

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Cowboy Carousel Seeking Funds Through Campaign

Arts Along the Bighorns, dba The Cowboy Carousel Center, has begun their campaign to raise funds to pay off their note on their property at 59 N. Lobban in Buffalo.

BDA Preparing For 'Light Up Buffalo,' Fireworks

The Buffalo Downtown Association's annual Light Up Buffalo event will happen next Saturday, November 29th, but organizers want to get the word out a little early on the happenings with the Holiday event, especially the fireworks in Prosinski Park.

Buffalo Council Approves MOU For Tri-City Marketing

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At this week's regular meeting, the Buffalo City Council accepted a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) between themselves and the cities of Sheridan and Gillette on a Tri-City Regional Marketing Initiative.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 21, 1914

It has been learned today that petitions are in circulation asking for the recall of Mayor Tynan.

SAGE Holiday Art Show and Sale

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An artists' reception was held Thursday on the mezzanine of the Sheridan County Fulmer Library featuring the work of the members of the Sheridan Artists' Guild.

Recreation Board Accepts Audit Report

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The Sheridan Recreation District Board of Trustees accepted an independent auditors report at their monthly meeting earlier this week. Rec. District Executive Director Richard Wright says that it was a “clean” audit.

Sheep Research May Help Understand Human Obesity

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Researchers with the University of Wyoming through a recent study have found that obesity in female sheep during pregnancy can impact the metabolic profile and health of the animals’ granddaughters, as well as their daughters.

Convention Features Longtime Conservationist as Speaker

Dan Dagget. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

The Sheridan County Conservation District hosted the 69th Annual Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts Annual Convention this week in Sheridan, and representatives from all 34 districts in the state came together to discuss everything from water conservation and sustaining livestock to protecting rangeland habitat.