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May 8th, 2017

Elwood Announced as 2017 SC Distinguished Alumna

Sharon Elwood has been named Sheridan College's 2017 Distinguished Alumni.

Mayor Proclaims May 12th Buddy Poppy Day In Buffalo

Friday, May 12th has been designated as Buddy Poppy Day in the City of Buffalo by proclamation of Mayor Mike Johnson, during the recent city council meeting.

JCHC Board Discusses Upcoming Budget Meetings

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center will decide on when they will have their upcoming budget meetings, the public hearing on the budget and when they will finalize and officially adopt the budget during their next regular board meeting later this month.

Buffalo, Johnson County Announce Free Landfill Days

The City of Buffalo and Johnson County have set the days for their joint annual Free Landfill Days for this year, from May 17th through the 20th.

A Look Back in Time: May 9, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on May 9, 1917.

School Board Recognizes Schools, Staff for Honors

Sheridan County teachers and staff, students and Sheridan High School were formally recognized for their accomplishments Monday night during the district board of trustees' monthly meeting.

District 2 Funding Down, But Collaborative School Gets Nod

Sheridan County School District 2 trustees got bad news and good news at their meeting Monday night.

Mulholland Elected State GOP Chairman

Ryan Mulholland, who's chairman of the Sheridan County Republican party, has recently been elected chairman of the state Republican organization.

Commission Chairman Sees Challenge Ahead

Steve Maier, who's chairman of the Sheridan County commissioners, foresees a challenge next week as commissioners interview the three candidates for Sheridan County sheriff.

Commissioners Approve New Hires

Sheridan County commissioners at their meeting Monday approved hiring a new full-time employee in the road and bridge department and a new part-time employee in the University of Wyoming extension office if funds are available in the county budget.