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November 28th, 2014

Council Eyes Park Boardwalk Bid

Sheridan's city council members will consider awarding the bid for construction of a boardwalk at South Park when they meet on Monday night.

College Plans Move During Break

Sheridan College art and music classes will be moved to new locations during the Christmas break so work can start on the new art center.

Commission Meets Tuesday

The Sheridan County Commission meets Tuesday.

Buffalo Bill Historian Headlines Upcoming Program

Jeremy Johnston -- Photo Provided

The relationship between Buffalo Bill and Theodore Roosevelt will be presented by the curator of the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody during an upcoming program in Sheridan.

Barrasso Spends Thanksgiving with Troops

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Barrasso serves Thanksgiving dinner to troops in Qatar. (Photo Provided)

U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming shared Thanksgiving dinner with Wyoming National Guard airmen serving in the Arab country of Qatar. The Republican senator visited with members of the 187th Airlift Squadron, who support airlift operations out of Al Udeid Air Base.

Where in the World is Dirlene?

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Georgia Guidestones (Photo by Dirlene Wheeler)

Sheridan Media has been covering the journey of Dirlene and Neil Wheeler as they travel the country after Dirlene's retirement from Sheridan High School. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott caught up with them and brings us this story.

November 27th

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'Light Up Buffalo' Events Happen Saturday

The annual Light Up Buffalo events will happen this Saturday, November 29th, brought to the community by the Buffalo Downtown Association, (BDA).

Buffalo Council Approves Tri-City Initiative Grant Application

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Buffalo's City Council hosted a special meeting to take public comment on the proposed application for the Tri-City Initiative Planning Grant, and then voted to support the grant application.

Buffalo's City Council On Holidays, Easements For Project

Buffalo City Council

At their last meeting, the Buffalo City Council discussed the possibility of closing city buildings and services on December 26th and January 2nd, giving city employees another paid holiday.