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August 4th, 2014

Buffalo Officials Seek Input on Lobban Avenue Project

Another Street in Buffalo may be seeing major reconstruction if the city gets approved for a grant. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Western Horse Event Winners Announced

Bailey McClean was named senior champion in western horsemanship competition this weekend at the Sheridan County Fair.

County Certifies 2014/15 Tax Levy

Sheridan County properties will generate more than $10.7 million in taxes from county and state mill levies in 2014/15.

Jerney Dominates Cat Show

Betty Ann Jerney dominated events in this year's cat show at the Sheridan County Fair.

Two Men Arrested During Rock Concert

Two men were arrested Friday night, in separate incidents, at the Ted Nugent rock concert at the Trails End Concert Park in Sheridan.

Red Grade Road Graveling Begins

Anyone planning to travel along Red Grade Road this week is being warned by Sheridan County road managers to drive slowly and carefully.

Work crews will be graveling a portion of the roadway. The information comes directly from the county's public works department.

Pig Wrestling Draws Crowd

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The Sheridan County Fair just wouldn't be the same, for some, without the pig wrestling event. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott went ring side to bring us the story.

This Week's Poll Question

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Within days of his appointment as Sheridan mayor, to fill the shoes of Dave Kinskey who accepted the state senate seat left vacant with the death of John Schiffer, John Heath appointed Sheridan Police Chief Rich Adriaens as his interim chief of staff.

August 3rd

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Cloud Peak Rezone, Plat on Council's Radar

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Last week we reported that the City of Sheridan Planning Commission recommended approval of the Cloud Peak Ranch Sixteenth Filing rezone and preliminary plat. The rezone will change 2.6 acres from R-3 residence to an R-1 residence district.