Buffalo

The annual St. Francis Animal Shelter Bake Sale Fundraiser was this past weekend, and was a success, based on the nearly $350 they raised to help with expenses at the no-kill shelter in Buffalo.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on March 28, 1916.

Speed limits on some state roads are going up to 70 miles per hour, from 65, as a result of recent legislation, including Highway 14-16 that runs through Sheridan and Johnson counties.

A bake-sale fundraiser for the animal shelter in Buffalo will be held today at DJ’s Thriftway on West Fort Street.

Dave Spencer, Northeast Regional Director for the Wyoming Business Council, is traveling this part of the state, giving local governments and other organizations a presentation on the economic situation for the counties and municipalities therein.

The Buffalo Planning and Zoning Commission had discussion on and eventually took action on a variance request for a lot line setback on a landowner's two lots in the Burlington Addition to the City of Buffalo.

The Buffalo City Council discussed and approved a catering permit for the upcoming Ducks Unlimited Banquet next month in Buffalo.

Speed limits on some state roads are going up to 70 miles per hour, from 65, as a result of recent legislation, including Highway 14-16 that runs through Sheridan and Johnson counties.

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