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May 18th, 2014

Buffalo Youth Baseball Opening Day Was Success

Saturday marked the first day of the Buffalo Youth Baseball Season and the first time the teams will be playing at the new Buffalo Sports Fields Complex--a project that has been in the works through the City of Buffalo, as well as the Johnson County Commissioners and Recreation District for the past several years.

May 17th

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at some of the top news stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

VA Reviews Wyoming Records After Nurse Suspended

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) - Veterans Affairs officials have been reviewing records in Wyoming after a VA nurse in Cheyenne was put on leave for telling employees to falsify appointment records.

Police, Fire Departments Focus of Budget Work Session

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The latest City of Sheridan budget work session consisted of an overview of the Police Department and Sheridan Fire-Rescue. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the story.

Mountain Campus Debuts Summer Courses

Fly fishing, horse pack trips and rock climbing are just a few of the courses available at Sheridan College’s Spear-O-Wigwam Mountain Campus this summer.

May 16th

Salvation Army Awards Samaritans

The local Salvation Army organization handed out awards recently to several people in the community for their service.

Road Treatments Continue

Road treatments to suppress the dust will continue next week in Sheridan County.

A Look Back in Time: May 17, 1914

Officials of the Sheridan Motor and Good Roads Club this week will send names of local members to the headquarters of the A.A.A. Autoists who have joined the local organization are automatically members of the national one.

Registration Opens for Buffalo's Summer Art Guild

The Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council has opened registration for a one-of-a-kind bookmaking experience. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Trustees Scrap Proposed Retirement Change

Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees last night revised a proposed change to the district's early retirement policy, after being told the policy would hurt some employees.