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April 12th, 2016

Library Receives Check From Friends This Week

Sheridan County libraries don't have any specific programs this week to celebrate National Library Week.

A Look Back in Time: April 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 April 13, 1916.

Sponsors Hope Film Launches Narrative

Audience members visit among themselves after the film's showing. (Photo by Pat Blair)

As we reported earlier, a special film was aired Tuesday night in Sheridan. Among those attended was Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair, who has the story.

Lodge Grass School Open Wednesday

Classes will resume at the school in Lodge Grass Wednesday morning.

County Health Officer Discusses Fluoride In City Water

Dr. Mark Schueler

Johnson County Health Officer Dr. Mark Schueler addressed the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting, discussing the idea of adding fluoride to the city's water system to improve the dental health of children in Johnson County.

Road & Bridge To Run Rural Addressing Program

In addition to the county commissioners giving the County Road and Bridge department and specifically Cheryl Benner oversight of the operations at Lake DeSmet, they also approved Road and Bridge, and again, Benner, to oversee the county's rural addressing program.

BHS Drama Presents 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' This Weekend

The Buffalo High School Drama Department will present their version of the classic story “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang,” this Friday and Saturday at Buffalo High School.

WYDOT Installs 70 mph Speed Limit Signs

Crews with the Wyoming Department of Transportation continue work to install 70 mph speed limit signs on roads in northeast Wyoming.

Library Seeks $1 Million from County

The Sheridan County library system is asking for just over $1 million in general funds from Sheridan County in the fiscal year that starts on July 1.

Representative Berger Talks Capitol Square Project

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State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The $300 million Capitol Square project in Cheyenne that consists of renovating and remodeling the State Capitol and the nearby Herschler Building has left many residents wondering about the timing of the project due to the State’s unsettling financial future.