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September 10th, 2014

Citizens Seeking Water From NW Pipeline

Some county Residents near the NW Pipeline Project in North Buffalo are wanting to tie in to a city-owned water line for water service to their properties, and came before the city council at their last meeting to make the request to them.

Former BHS Coach To Be Honored At Opening Home Game

Former Buffalo High School Head Football Coach Mike Moon will be recognized at this week's home football game, when the field at the high school will be named in his honor.

Attorney's Issue With 'Perpetuity' In Sasol/Jo Co Agreement

As we reported yesterday, Attorney Bruce T. Moats of Cheyenne has been retained by Sheridan Media to review the proposed agreement between Sasol Synfuels International and the Johnson County Commissioners for operating Lake DeSmet.
He found two points in the agreement as “problematic.”

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 11, 1914

City and county offices, banks and leading stores in the city will all be closed tomorrow afternoon while everyone attends the Sheridan County Fair.

Seventh-Grader Competes to Sing at NFR

A local 12-year-old girl has been nominated to compete in the national “Oh, Say Can You Sing” contest.

Water Board Discusses Purchasing Reservoir Shares

In December of last year, EnTech, Inc, Professional Engineers completed a level two, phase two long term water supply study for the City of Sheridan and the Sheridan Area Water Supply System.

Wyoming Pathways Group Addresses Cyclist Safety

A statewide user group that represents people who bicycle and walk presented proposals for new safety laws before the Joint Transportation, Highways and Military Affairs Interim Committee this week in Riverton. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Leadership Class Graduates

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce's latest Leadership Class graduated today following a 9-month program on leadership and community education.

College Hosts Open House for New Center

An open house brought steady attendance of people to Sheridan College's new Thorne-Rider Campus Center on Wednesday.

Thorne-Rider Food Court Open to Public

Sheridan College's new Thorne-Rider Campus Center is now open for breakfast. And lunch. And dinner.