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October 10th, 2014

Leiter Resident Honored for Weather Service Work

Jack Chase of Leiter has been honored by the National Weather Service for 50 years of “outstanding service” in the agency's Cooperative Weather Observer Program.

Biketoberfest Takes Off Saturday

The fourth annual Biketoberfest event, hosted by the Sheridan Community Land Trust, will be held Saturday afternoon and evening in Sheridan, at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Homeland Security Stages Earthquake Drill

In an effort to help people know what to do if the earth quakes, the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security is encouraging residents to participate in the Wyoming Shake Out event, called Drop, Cover and Hold On.

Historical Society Sets Public Meeting, Elects Officers

The Sheridan County Historical Society will hold its annual meeting later this month – on Thursday night, Oct. 23. The meeting will be held at the Holy Name Parish Center at 260 E. Loucks Street in Sheridan, starting at 7 with a business meeting, followed by a program by Warren Mischke.

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Union Congregational Church Turns 130 Sunday

A Buffalo Church is turning 130 this Sunday, Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Council Approves Grants, Fireworks, and Liquor Permits

At the Buffalo City Council meeting, held on Thursday night, council members approved requests from officials with the Buffalo Downtown Association, the Buffalo Police Department and the Buffalo Senior Center.

Buffalo Council Considers Outsourcing Sanitation Removal

Owner and Operator of Bald Mountain Sanitation Scott Grutmeir came before the Buffalo City Council Thursday evening to give a presentation on the possibility of the city outsourcing waste collection through his company.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 10, 1914

Mrs. J.L. Day and children have gone to Parkman for a two weeks' visit.

“Brushstrokes on Display”

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The Sheridan Artists Guild held an artists' reception at the SAGE Gallery Thursday evening and Laura Lehan, executive director for SAGE, describes the work on display.