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October 29th, 2013

Scary Pets at the Park

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

It was dress up day for local pets Saturday, as the 13th annual Pet-O-Ween pet costume contest took place at Kendrick Park in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has this

Wyoming Deputy Shows Too Much Skin?

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Bill Sniffin

Not only are Wyoming’s female deputies not wearing protective vests, but they are showing too much of their breasts.

Party Honors Caregivers, Companions

Party goers, from left, are Nancy McKenzie, Stella Mantano, and caregivers Clara Ilgen and Arlene Herboldt. (Pat Blair Photo)

More than two dozen caregivers, senior companions, family members and clients gathered at Sheridan's Senior Center Monday for the annual Halloween luncheon in their honor.

Dayton Mayor Optimistic About Cap Tax

Few people have attended public meetings in Dayton on the proposed continuation of the capital facilities tax in Sheridan County, but Mayor Bob Wood says that could be a good sign.

October 28th

Annual Church Bazaar Saturday In Buffalo

St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Buffalo

St. Luke's Lutheran Church in Buffalo will be having their annual Bazaar, Bake Sale, and Soup Lunch this Saturday at the church on North Burritt Ave in Buffalo.

Hunters Discover Human Bones Near Buffalo

Hunters discovered human remains while in the field this past weekend, but so far the remains look to be quite old, according to Johnson County Sheriff Steve Kozisek.

Board Learns About Intervention Program

The Johnson County School District is contemplating implementing RTI, or Response To Intervention at the district's secondary schools, according to Kathy Camino, who gave a report to the school board at a recent meeting.

City Considers Fire Marshal Replacement

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We reported a little over a week ago that City of Sheridan Fire Marshal Brian Songer tendered his resignation and would be leaving Sheridan Fire-Rescue at the end of this month.

School Superintendent Weighs in on Dropout Age

Officials with Sheridan County School District #2 recently met with local legislators to offer some ideas to be considered during the upcoming legislative session.

Animal Shelter Won't Be Open Wednesdays Beginning in November

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Beginning in November, the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter will no longer be open to the public on Wednesdays. Shelter Executive Director Cel Hope says that the reason for the closure is because Wednesday is typically the slowest day at the shelter.