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April 20th, 2015

Archery Club Road In Buffalo Nearing Completion

City Works Director Les Hook told the Buffalo City Council that crews have been working on the “Archery Club Road,” west of town near city property connected to the Buffalo Trail System west of Turkey Lane.

Buffalo Planner's report to City Council

Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett gave her report to the city council at their last meeting, touching on Richardson Park, a water request and the Wyoming Water Development Commission among other topics.

A Look Back in Time: April 21, 1915

Judge W.S. Metz has the distinction of planting the first sugar beets in the Sheridan district.

City Partners With YMCA on Community Aquatics Center

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The Sheridan City Council considered a partnership with the Sheridan County YMCA at their meeting Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Vote Unanimous for Kinner

Sheridan County commissioners unanimously elected Mark Kinner to fill the House District 29 seat recently vacated by the death of State Rep. John Patton.

Update: No Injuries Reported Weekend Fire

No injuries were reported in a weekend grass and brush fire that burned about five acres in the Monarch Recreation Area.

Patrol's Butler Announces Retirement

Col. John Butler, who's been with the Wyoming Highway Patrol for 30 years, serving since 2012 as the administrator of the division, will retire June first.

Legerski to be Sentenced in June

Sentencing for the man who pleaded guilty to burglarizing the Sheridan Tent and Awning store in Sheridan last July has been scheduled for June.

No Deaths Reported from 45-Vehicle Pileup

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Crews with the Wyoming Department of Transportation were still working over the weekend to clear snow and wreckage on Interstate 80 after Thursday’s multiple vehicle pile-up.

UPDATE: No One Injured in Weekend Grass Fire

No one was injured in a grass fire over the weekend off Decker Road north of Sheridan, which burned about five acres.