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September 12th, 2016

Mayor Updates Council On Lobban Avenue Project

Mayor Mike Johnson, at their last regular meeting, updated the Buffalo City Council on the latest information on the ongoing Lobban Avenue Reconstruction Project.

Commissioners Accept Resignation From P&Z Commission

Randy Cleveland has submitted his resignation from the Johnson County Planning and Zoning Commission, and the county commissioners have accepted his resignation, after County Planner Jim Waller brought the request before them at their most recent meeting.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 13, 1916

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 Sept. 13, 1916.

Sheridan Student Attends Program at Princeton

A Sheridan High School student spent seven weeks at Princeton University this summer as part of a special program.

Enrollment Up in Sheridan Schools

Enrollment is up in Sheridan County School District 2 by 51 students over this time last year.

Spear-O Mountain Campus Hosts Multiple Programs on Saturday

Whether you are a bird or a log lover, the Spear-O Mountain Sheridan College Campus is the place to be on Saturday. Spear-O will host the UW Saturday University that will include multiple speakers.

Chamber Luncheon Features Ptolemy Data Systems

There are several things that small businesses should be doing to make sure they get the most out of their technology. Wednesday at the Sheridan Holiday Inn the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host their monthly luncheon for September and the program is entitled Your IT Questions Answered.

TSA Equipment Expected This Month

Transportation Security Administration equipment is expected to arrive at Sheridan County Airport before the end of this month.

Peak Powersports Throttle-Fest Winners

On Saturday, Peak Powersports had their inaugural Throttle-Fest Show N’ Shine event. For the event they invited the community to bring in their vehicles for a showcase according to Peak’s Sales Representative Nicole Hale.

Medicaid expansion would protect state infrastructure — workers

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WyoFile.com - Being one of those who routinely “zooms out” when viewing Google Maps, I am inclined to address Medicaid expansion in Wyoming from a big-picture, overarching, perspective. The issues I believe we need to focus more on are trust and compassion.