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February 13th, 2017

Buffalo Council Approves Mayor's Appointments

During their recent meeting the Buffalo City Council voted to approve the recommendations for appointments to various boards as presented by Mayor Mike Johnson.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 14, 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 Feb. 14, 1917.

Plan Board Approves Preliminary Subdivision

Sheridan's city planning commission recommended approval of a preliminary plat dividing property at 406 Schiller St. into two lots, despite protest from a neighboring landowner.

Council Holds Special Meeting, Work Session

Sheridan's City Council approved two various use permits in a special meeting Monday night, then convened a work session to discuss four projects in which the city is involved.

State Of City Address At This Week's Chamber Lunch

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their luncheon this Wednesday that will feature the State of the City Address.

Commissioners Support Mental Health Center Grant Application

Sheridan County commissioners have voted to write a letter supporting an application by the Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center for a state grant that could reduce the number of Title 25 patients in the mental health center's service area.

County Resident Seeks Resolution to Handicap Issues

Sheridan County resident Gretchen Danforth appeared before county commissioners Monday to draw their attention to issues regarding seating for handicapped people at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Edwards: Flood Situation Resolved For Now

Bruce Edwards, who's the Sheridan County emergency management coordinator, said Monday that the flood situation in Sheridan County has resolved itself for the moment.

Monday 02-13-17

Sheridan College with Arin Waddell and Dr. Erin Hanke / Dining For a Cause Habitat for Humanity Christine Christopherson

Wyoming Hosts Coal Stakeholders From Japan

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Governor Matt Mead and representatives of the Wyoming Infrastructure Authority, Basin Electric Power Cooperative and the University of Wyoming welcomed a delegation from the Japan Coal Energy Center, better known as JCOAL, to Wyoming last month.