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March 6th, 2014

Car Club Meeting Sunday in Buffalo

The Sheridan/Johnson County Model A and Pioneer Car Clb will meet this Sunday at St. Luke's Lutheran Church Located at 615 N. Burritt Avenue in Buffalo.

The club is dedicated to the restoration and preservation of Pioneer cars, which must be at least 25 years old to qualify.

All-Ages Dance At Buffalo's American Legion Saturday

For those looking for some family-oriented fun this weekend, Buffalo's 49'ers Dance Club will offer a dance featuring the music of the “Mountain Rose Band.”

Buffalo Building Inspector: Construction Picking Up

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades gave his report to the Buffalo City Council at this week's meeting, and according to his numbers, building in the city has picked up at least a little over the last few months.

Sheridan County Nets Millions from Governor's Signed Budget

As reported earlier, Wyoming's Governor Matt Mead has signed the $3.3 billion budget bill that will cover state funding for the coming two years.

Congresswoman Continues IRS Investigation

An investigation into the alleged targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status by the Internal Revenue Service is ongoing. News Director Leslie Stratmoen checked in with Wyoming's lone congresswoman to hear the update.

Bridge Reconstruction Closes Roads

The reconstruction of a bridge in downtown Sheridan has begun, so motorists are being reminded to slow down and pay attention to traffic control signs, lane markings and flaggers.

National Organization Honors Two Local Professors

Two teachers from the Northern Wyoming Community College District were named recipients of teaching excellence awards from the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development.

Music Educator of Year Strives to be Best

Wyoming's Northeast District Music Educator for 2014 said she strives to be always learning, and being the best teacher possible.

Ranchester Gives First-Reading OK to Annexation

Ranchester's town council gave first-reading approval to annexation of the water tank and town lagoon sites during the regular council meeting Tuesday night. Two more readings are required before the annexation becomes official.

March 6th

A Look Back in Time: March 6, 1914

The Sheridan Manufacturers' association at its meeting last evening appointed a committee to investigate the matter of holding a “Made in Sheridan” exhibit this fall.