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May 26th, 2014

WyDOT Closes Bridge Section

The Wyoming Department of Transportation will be closing the middle level of a tri-level bridge that connects Interstate 90 to Interstate 25 in Buffalo beginning next week.

Gatchell Celebrates Grand Re-Opening

The Jim Gatchell Museum in Buffalo hosted its Grand Re-Opening this past Saturday, celebrating with a newly-redesigned bookstore and a new exhibit entitled “Untrammeled: 50 Years of the Wilderness Act Through the Viewfinder.”

Hundreds Show for Sheridan Parade

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For many, Memorial Day is just another three-day weekend. But for the scores of people that lined Main Street, it means much more. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this report.

Buffalo Turns Out For Memorial Day Observances

Buffalo residents again turned out in good numbers to participate in the Memorial Day Observances on Monday.

The Parade of Veterans of all wars began at 9am and marched to the Veteran's Memorial on the corner of Fort and Main Streets, then continued down Main Street to the Clear Creek bridge for the Navy Mother's Ceremony.

This Week's Poll Question

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For many, cell phones have become our lives, storing photos, call and text messages, even financial data and Internet searches, most of our personal information.

Graduates Embark on New Phase

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Even though it didn't begin until one, parents and friends started arriving as early as eleven Sunday morning to mark their territory to celebrate the graduation ceremonies at Sheridan High School.

AP News Update

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College Offers Feng Shui Class

Based on the idea that places affect personal energy, a hands-on discussion-oriented class on the Feng Shui tradition is being offered at Sheridan College in Sheridan.

Stalking Fox Takes People’s Choice Award

The Sheridan Public Arts Committee has announced the winner of this year’s People’s Choice sculpture contest. The winner is “Stalking Fox,” by David Turner of Onley, Virginia.

The art work sits in front of the Best Out West Antiques and Collectibles shop at 109 N. Main Street.