Buffalo

Penny Becker, executive director of Sheridan Travel and Tourism, says that if you think there's nothing to do this weekend, you're not paying attention.

The National Wildlife Federation released a report criticizing the Powder River Basin's increased coal train traffic, alleging the concerns of pollution and noise caused by the trains outweighs the beneficial economic productivity.

Sheridan Memorial Hospital regularly participates in consumer satisfaction surveys and uses the data it receives to fine tune its services. Among with the work-intensive process of transferring over to an Electronic Medical Records system, the hospital recently got results from a Leapfrog survey, which is geared toward helping employers gather hospital statistics to help them make decisions regarding employee benefits.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held in Buffalo Wednesday night during the Famer's Market to celebrate the city being recently designated as a certified “Main Street Program.”

The Johnson County Fair continues, and more results from livestock and other competitions were released.
In the Goat competition, Jaycie Arndt had multiple Awards in various categories.

The 34th Annual Klondike Rush 10K and 5K race will be this Saturday in Buffalo.

The Johnson County Family YMCA, along with Farm Bureau Financial Services and the Bank Of Buffalo have teamed up to bring the popular event back again this year.

Friday features the Youth Rodeo, Rodeo Slack as well as 4H and FFA Round Robin events at the Johnson County Fair.

The Youth Rodeo kicks off at 9am this morning in the arena.

At 10 am is the Pie Contest and the Talent Contest will be at 2pm.

Wednesday, Sheridan Media News reported on a short-lived fire in Banner that occurred late Friday night.

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