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February 24th, 2015

4-H Carnival is March 14

The annual 4-H Carnival and Chili Dinner will be on March 14 this year at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds off West Fifth Street in Sheridan.

President Vetoes Pipeline As Promised

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U.S. Rep. Cynthia Lummis

President Obama kept his promise to veto the Keystone Pipeline XL Act Tuesday. The act had made it through both houses in the U.S. Congress during the current legislative session in Washington D.C.

Sheridan Ice Show is This Evening

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Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

The 6th Annual Sheridan Ice Show will be this evening.

Bald Eagle Numbers Up in Powder River Basin

Photo submission by Jeanne Moore

Bald Eagle numbers are up, according to results from an annual eagle count survey conducted in the Powder River Basin. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

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'Elegant Evening Of Jazz' This Friday at BHS

Note: We originally had this event happening Saturday. It will actually be happening Friday. We apologize for the mistake. The story has been updated to show the correct information.

This Friday, fans of good food, dancing and jazz can enjoy all three at “An Elegant Evening of Jazz” at Club 87, inside the commons area at Buffalo High School.

City On Board With Richardson Park Sewer Study

Buffalo City Council

Buffalo's City Council agreed to co-sponsor a pre-development planning grant application to study the feasibility of building a sewer system in the Richardson Park County Subdivision west of Buffalo.

County Revising Regulations At Mikesell-Potts Area

The Mikesell-Potts Recreation Area at Lake DeSmet will be getting revised regulations in the coming months, after the Johnson County Commission approved them to be advertised for public review.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 25, 1915

The Stampede was the subject of the Commercial Club luncheon last night.

Inflammation Keeps Patton in Hospital

Inflammation in his lungs has kept Sheridan County Rep. John Patton hospitalized in Cheyenne.