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January 16th, 2015

Rotaries Dueling Pianos Take Stage

UPDATE: The show is sold out.

In the spirit of the West, a duel has been planned for tonight in Sheridan – of the musical variety. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Berger Gives Week's Legislative Wrap

The Wyoming legislative session began on Tuesday and House Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn said they've had a busy week. We got in touch with her this morning to fill us in.

January 16th

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When Weather's Bad, These Guys Hit the Road

When snow is falling and blowing, four of Sheridan County School District 2's top administrators rise early to check the district's bus routes.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 16, 1915

Miss Dora Haywood went to Billings today to visit with friends. She will be gone through Sunday.

NWCCD Trustees Pass Second and Third Bond Resolutions

The Northern Wyoming Community College District's Board of Trustees held their annual Buffalo meeting Thursday night at the Sheridan College in Johnson County campus, and passed the second and third bond resolutions to fund construction at the main campus at Sheridan College.

Buffalo Council Approves 1% Request List For Committee

Buffalo's City Council has approved the list of 1% requests from their department heads and voted to send them to the 1% Committee for their consideration.

Auditions For Children's Play This Weekend In Buffalo

Those interested in performing in the all-youth production of “Captain Bree and Her Lady Pirates” will need to audition for the play this Friday and Saturday at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center in Buffalo.

Sheridan Media Interviews Chamber Award Winners

As promised, we do have comments from the business leaders from Sheridan County who were named this year's winners of the Chamber of Commerce awards.

'Everybody's Story is Important'

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The Wyoming Veterans Commission is seeking Vietnam War veterans willing to share their story in a state-wide historical documentation project. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.