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November 7th, 2014

Theater Guild Opens Season with Neil Simon Play

The Sheridan Civic Theater Guild is bringing a Neil Simon play to life for the next three weekends.

Blair Donates Books for Library Fundraiser

Books written by a local author who has connections to Sheridan Media were donated for the library's auction fundraiser. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

November 6th

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Buffalo City Clerk Now Certified By International Group

The announcement came during this week's city council meeting, when Mayor Randy Dyess announced that Buffalo City Clerk Julie Silbernagel had earned the designation of “Certified Municipal Clerk” from the International Institute of Municipal Clerks, or IIMC.

ACT Completes Phase II Of Buffalo Build-Out

Randy Burns with ACT came before the Johnson County Commissioners this week to update them on the company's build-out of high-speed fiber optic internet and phone service lines in the Buffalo area.

Jo Co Commissioners Approve New Board Members

At their meeting this week, Johnson County's Commissioners discussed and then approved new members to two boards.

Commission Chair Delbert Eitel announced who the candidates were before the commission discussed them.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 7, 1914

The New York Store/Stevens, Fryberger & Company carries C/B a la Spirite corsets.

Mining Company Files for State Permit

Earlier this week, Ramaco, LLC, announced that through its Brook Creek Mining Company, LLC subsidiary, a mine and reclamation permit has been filed with the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality for the development of the Brook Mine in Sheridan County.

Community Veterans Ceremony Set for Local VA

The local medical center will be the site for a special ceremony on Veterans Day. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

New Student Atlas Delivered to Wyoming Schools

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The University of Wyoming has created and printed 5,000 copies of a new “Wyoming Student Atlas” that is being distributed to all school districts throughout the state. Jeff Hamerlinck directs the University’s Geographic Information Science Center.