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November 6th, 2014

Highland Park PTO Gives Books

Every student at Highland Park Elementary School will have at least four books in his or her own library by the end of this year, courtesy of the school's PTO.

County Pays Local Company to Manage Fairgrounds Construction

Sheridan County plans to pay a local company to manage a construction project at the fairgrounds. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

November 5th

College Hosts Veterans Day Ceremony

A Veterans Day ceremony has been planned for Nov. 11 at the local community college.

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What The Lodging Tax Renewal Means For Johnson County

Johnson County voters chose to renew the 2% Lodging Tax during Tuesday's General Election.

Angela Jarvis, Executive Director of the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, is pleased the lodging tax passed again.

Johnson County Library Auction Fundraiser This Friday

The annual Johnson County Library Auction will be this Friday, November 7th at the library.

The event will consist of a reception and silent auction from 6 to 7:30pm and a live auction by Brannian Auctioneers at 7:30.

Joco. Library Director Discusses Library Expansion

In a close race, Johnson County voters just approved a one-cent special tax to help fund the public library's expansion project. Hannah Stepenoff took some time to speak with the library's director about the next step for the project..

Council Approves Ordinances, More Work for NW Pipeline

At Tuesday's Buffalo City Council Meeting, the council voted on two ordinances, and approved funds for additional work on the Northwest Pipeline.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 6, 1914

Lawrence Rowe of Sheridan is working for Ralph Shreve at Decker.

“Public vs. Private” Student Art Show

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An artists' reception was held Tuesday showcasing the collaborative work of Big Horn High School and Sheridan College students. The show featured work in the dualistic sides of self-portraits.