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Dayton Council Meets Monday

Dayton's town councilors will consider an ordinance adopting flood plain maps for the town on first reading at their meeting next week.

Police Lieutenant Offers Halloween Tips

As children get ready to go trick-or-treating today, Lt. Chris Dahmke of the Sheridan Police Department is reminding parents to talk to their children about safety.

October 30th

Bids Opened For NW Water Pipeline Project

WWC Engineering, the City of Buffalo, Johnson County and the Wyoming Water Development Commission hosted the bid opening for the Northwest Water Pipeline Project at Buffalo's City Hall Tuesday.

What To Do In Buffalo On Halloween

If sitting home handing out candy and watching scary movies is your ideal Halloween, great. But in case you are looking for a reason to get out of the house, there are some options for you, even in Buffalo.

800 To 900 Kids Expected At Buffalo's Monster March

Kids of all ages enjoy Buffalo's annual Monster March.

Between 800 and 900 kids, decked out in full costume, are expected to converge on Buffalo's downtown businesses to trick-or-treat during the annual Monster March this Halloween afternoon.

University Renews Nepal Partnership

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University of Wyoming students study abroad in Nepal. (Photo courtesy of the University of Wyoming)

The University of Wyoming has renewed a memorandum of understating with the national University of Nepal. The agreement strengthens a memorandum of understating originally signed in 2004.

Red Grade Road Re-Opens

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

Officials with Sheridan County made the decision last week to close Red Grade Road for the season Monday, October 28th. That decision has been rethought, as Red Grade has re-opened, effective immediately.

Sheridan Inn Brings Back Showmen

Mike Kuzara signs the guest book. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A couple of showmen showed up Saturday night for the opening of the Sheridan Inn and really set the scene.

State Gives Sheridan Teacher Top Honor

State Superintendent Cindy Hill has chosen a Sheridan teacher as the 2014 teacher of the year.

Organizations Unite For Movember

From left, Julia Bettinger, Cathi Kindt, Ada Kirven. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Several health organizations have come together to help men get healthy.