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May 13th, 2015

Speaker Presents Sheridan Water Supply History

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Over a dozen people sat around a table to listen to Helen Laumann talk about the water supply for early day Sheridan residents and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

SAWS Board Approves Investment Policy Change

Members of the Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board, or SAWS, approved changes in the board's investment policy during Wednesday’s meeting, to bring the document in line with current state law.

Big Sky, Not Great Lakes Flew With Federal Funds

A Sheridan County commissioner and the county airport manager said two of the persistent beliefs regarding commercial air service in Sheridan County are simply not true.

Project Graduation Plans in Works

Sheridan's 19th annual Project Graduation is only two weeks away.

City Commission Government Survived 45 Years

The city of Sheridan incorporated in 1884 under a “mayor-trustee” form of government that soon gave way to a mayor-council arrangement similar to the one in place today.

Dining For Cause Benefits Sheridan Public Arts

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A picture of the maquette of "A Tribute to Tradition" by Jerry Smiley, In 2014, the Sheridan Pblic Arts Committee donated some funds to the estimated $50,000 project. Photo by Ron Richter.

Another Dining for a Cause event at Frackelton’s is coming up, and as part of the ongoing fundraiser, all of Monday’s lunch and dinner sales will be donated to another worthy organization.

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Firefighter Compensation Ordinance Passes

The Buffalo City Ordinance, No. 1376, which will better compensate the city's firefighters for time spent preparing for and actually on fire calls, passed its third and final reading at the last city council meeting.

Buffalo Habitat Organization Holds Annual Garage Sale

The annual Johnson County Habitat For Humanity Garage Sale begins tonight at the Johnson County Fairgrounds and runs through this Sunday.

Buffalo Golf Course Clubhouse Needs Upgrades

Buffalo's Municipal Golf Course clubhouse is in need of upgrades to bring the building up to fire code, according to Kevin Bettinger and Jim Farmer, members of the Buffalo Golf Board, who spoke to the city council at their last meeting.