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March 27th, 2017

Buffalo Council OKs Advertising For Bids On Projects

Buffalo's City Council heard a proposal from City Works Director Les Hook to allow him to advertise for bids on two smaller city water projects that will be combined into one larger project to be awarded together and hopefully completed this year.

A Look Back in Time: March 28, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on March 28, 1917.

SC Generals Rodeo results

Sheridan College Rodeo Team had a promising showing at the seventh stop of the regular season. At the conclusion on the weekend, the Men’s Team remained 1st in the regional standings with a 920 point lead over Gillette College. The Women’s Team is gradually gaining ground as they currently sit 4th in the regional standings, 689 points out of second.

Planning Board Hears Presentation on Electronic Signs

Robert Briggs, who's the city planner and economic development director, said its been a little over a decade since the city's sign ordinance was originally adopted.

Meetings Set in Sheridan, Buffalo on Liquor Law Changes

Dispensing rooms will no longer be licensed in Wyoming under a law passed by this year's Legislature.

Commissioners Authorize Filling Extension Service Position

The request came before commissioners during their staff meeting Monday. County Administrative Director Renee Obermueller made the request on behalf of the extension service. In an interview with Sheridan Media, she explained how the hiring process will work.

Springtime Around These Parts Can be Balmy and Blizzardy

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Ah, spring.

In much of the United States, spring is a time of tilling the soil, putting out flower plants and long walks in short sleeve shirts.

Second Chance Pizza for a Purpose Event on Wednesday

Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue will be the second recipient of Sheridan’s Powder River Pizza, Pizza for a Purpose event on Wednesday. Second Chance Director of Programs, Rachel Kristiansen.

Mondayy 03-27-17

Sheridan County Museum John Woodward / State Treasurer Mark Gordon

Monday, March 27th

Write-In: 03-27-2017

FS: 1991 Buick Lesabre – great shape, good tires, brand new battery, starts right up in the cold weather, power windows -- $1,100 OBO
Call: 307-461-1107

Farmers Market: Mountain View Hutterite Colony
Saturday, April 1st – 9am-1pm at junction of old highway and Aberdeen exit (8 miles from parkman)