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October 1st, 2012

BHS Homecoming Activities For This Week

This is Homecoming Week at Buffalo High School, and many events are scheduled throughout the week, culminating in the football game and Homecoming Dance Friday night.

High Court Rejects Challenge to Roadless Rule

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court has turned away an appeal challenging a federal rule that bars development on 50 million acres of roadless areas in national forests.

National Scorecard to Name Wyoming in the Top Ten for Energy Efficiency Improvement

The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy has announced that Wyoming will be named as one of 10 states in need of improvement regarding energy efficiency.

City Looks to Garner Feedback for North Main Master Plan Update

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SCSD #2 Superintendent Craig Dougherty, (left) talks with consultants with Russell Mills Studios while Butch Jellis, (far right) listens in. (Photo by Ron Richter)

The City of Sheridan along with the Sonoran Institute and North Main Association are hosting a series of round table discussions this week where consultants with Russell Mills Studios are taking feedback from key stakeholders regarding the area around the proposed new North Main interchange.

GOP Hosts Candidate Meet/Greet Tomorrow

The elections are just over a month away, which means now is the time to get educated before heading to the polls.

Sheridan College Hosts Speaker on Kenyan Water Project

Sheridan College has joined forces with University of Wyoming outreach programs around the state and parts of Montana to raise money and workers to provide drinking water to a community in Kenya.

USFS Starts Collecting Usage Stats

If you get flagged down by a forest ranger the next time you visit the Big Horn National Forest, you may be asked a few questions about your visit. Starting this week, the U.S. Forest Service is collecting data for statistical analysis.

Council to Consider Updates to Fire and Building Codes

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The Sheridan City Council tonight will be considering changes to the City's fire and building codes. Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says that the changes have to do with recent action taken by the State.

Sheridan Drug/Alcohol Survey Now Open

Sheridan County residents are invited to participate in a short online survey to assist community prevention specialists in formulating a plan of action to combat substance abuse and suicide.

September 30th

French Film Crew Tapes At Occidental This Weekend

Sophie Vernet films the local musicians at the Occidental Hotel Saturday night.

A film crew working for a French television program highlighting places to travel in the world was in Northeast Wyoming this weekend and stopped by the Occidental Hotel in Buffalo Saturday night to film the locals, some background history of the hotel and the town and some local talent as well.