Buffalo's City Council, by a vote at their last meeting, adopted a revision to the city's investment policy, bringing it in line with Wyoming state statute.

Buffalo's City Council will work through a short agenda for their meeting this afternoon, where they will consider a variance request for a property located at 296 Williams and will also consider a street closure request from the Chamber of Commerce to accommodate the upcoming Monster March on Monday, October 31st.

Mark Collins is the new administrator for the city of Sheridan.

Johnson County's Commissioners, at a recent meeting, considered a request for a boundary line adjustment to properties in the Billy Creek area, as brought before them by County Planner Jim Waller.

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center got good news in their latest update on the status of the building project from Hospital Administrator Sandy Ward.

Local musicians, Nashville songwriters, and Grammy-nominated performers played to a packed house Saturday evening in Buffalo to help the Occidental Hotel celebrate 10 years of their Thursday night jams, and to raise money for their memorial scholarship fund.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Oct. 15, 1916.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is encouraging those who want to attend next Wednesday's Chamber Luncheon to contact them by 5pm today to sign up for lunch and the presentation.

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