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December 26th

Following Up on the Komainu Lions

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

Last week we told you about an effort to garner public feedback on the possibility of moving the two “lion dog” sculptures that adorn the front entrance of Kendrick Park in Sheridan.

Sheridan County Year in Review

We begin our year in review for Sheridan County with a look back at a few of the top stories for January through March.

Drop Off Sites Available for Christmas Trees

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Now that Christmas is over, there are those that can't get rid of their Christmas tree fast enough. Since the City of Sheridan doesn't collect trees curbside, they've made it possible for residents to drop off their trees at several green waste bin sites around Sheridan.

It Seems Amazing That Hordes of People Are Not Choosing to Move to Wyoming

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Bill Sniffin
It has always been a mystery to me why millions of people are not moving to Wyoming.  For decades, I have expected our borders to be pounded by the influx of all these people who finally saw the light, packed up their belongings, kissed their hometowns good-bye and headed to the Promised Land. Our promised land.
 

RENEW Board of Directors Appoint New Acting President

Newly appointed President and CEO of RENEW, Chris Ahlstrom (Courtesy Photo)

The Board of Directors for RENEW in Sheridan have appointed Chris Ahlstrom as acting president and CEO. Ahlstrom replaces Larry Samson, who's retired after over three decades with RENEW.

Senator Barrasso Talks Fiscal Cliff

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso recently appeared on Fox News to talk about the fiscal cliff. The Senator commented that he thinks that President Obama wants to go over the cliff for political reasons.

Brick Pavers For Sale to Honor Those That Have Served in the Military

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(Photo by Stan Woinoski)

Part of the construction of the new Edward A. Whitney Academic Center at Sheridan College has been to change the campus entrance and to build a Veterans Plaza.

Farmers First to Peer Over Fiscal Cliff

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Several months ago, farmers were the first to see what’s over the so-called fiscal cliff of budget cuts and tax hikes. That’s when the Farm Bill expired, leaving many agriculture programs without funding, including conservation titles, rural development and beginning farmer initiatives.

December 26th

City Council Updated On Cemetery Road Pathway Grant

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council go an update from City Planner Zach Montgomery on the Cemetery Road Pathway Project.

Buffalo Building Inspector Educates Contractors

As the City of Buffalo has been adopting new building code standards over the last few months, City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades has been holding meetings to give local contractors an opportunity to learn what regulations and standards have changed with the adoption of the IBC 2012 codes.