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August 5th, 2014

Buffalo Council Passes Dog Ordinance

Buffalo's City Council passed on third and final reading the ordinance that bans dogs in certain parts of town.

Ordinance No. 1372 was passed at their Tuesday meeting after Mayor Randy Dyess explained the changes made to it since it was tabled at their last meeting July 15th.

Two Rescued in Big Horns

Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek has reported that two persons who became lost in the BigHorn Mountains in the last couple of weeks were found by Johnson County Search and Rescue Teams.

A Look Back in Time: Aug. 6, 1914

George W. Perry, W. G. Birkhauser and John D. Wallace arrived home from Denver last night.

Five Injured in Buffalo Float Incident

Officials at the Johnson County Sheriff's Department say an incident involving the Tri-County Gas-Desava Gardens joint float, that occurred early Saturday afternoon after the county fair and rodeo parade, caused injury to five people who were ejected from a trailer attached to a pickup truck.

County Updates Fire Restrictions

Sheridan County commissioners rescinded the fire restriction resolution they approved last month, and approved a new resolution to correct errors in the July 23 document.

Community Center Proposal Fails

Efforts have failed for a permit that would have allowed a community center at the Big Horn Y.

Event Raises Money for North Main

A fundraiser to pay for enhancements on the north Main Street corridor into Sheridan will be held this weekend.

Deputies Respond to Crash, Weapons Incidents

The local sheriff's office responded to a personal injury crash over the weekend and dealt with two incidents involving weapons. Leslie Stratmoen provides the follow-up report.

August 4th

Sale Ends Sheridan County Fair

The 2014 Sheridan County Fair ended on the traditional bittersweet note Monday night in the market livestock sale on the county fairgrounds.

Union Proposes MOU

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During the public comment period of Monday night's Sheridan City Council meeting, Local #276 Firefighters Union President George Neeson addressed the Council regarding a memorandum of understanding that he's proposed to the City in regards to a contract between the two sides.