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With the new year, comes new leadership for the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Board. Adam Bunker has taken on the role of Board President from Richard Garber who held the title in 2016. Garber reflects on his time as President.

State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo will be updating Sheridan Media throughout this year's Legislative session, and gave his first round of reports last week.

Late last week the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and author Craig Johnson announced the dates for the annual Longmire Days celebration to be held once again this summer in Buffalo.

The sixth annual event is scheduled for Friday July 7th, Saturday July 8th, and Sunday July 9th.

At Monday night’s Sheridan City Council Meeting, several of the council members, including Mayor Roger Miller, will have just returned from the Wyoming Association of Municipalities(WAM) Winter Conference.

The harsh weather we’ve experienced so far this winter in northeast Wyoming has taken its toll on the Wyoming Department of Transportation’s budget for District 4.

With the snow comes the opportunity for outdoor winter recreation. According to Susie Douglas, Bighorn National Forest Public Affairs Specialist, there are steps you should take to make sure your trip is safe.

The Buffalo Child Development Center gave a year-end report to the Johnson County Commissioners, outlining what the center does and plans they have for the coming year.

At Wednesday’s Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, Adam Bunker was officially introduced as the new Chamber Board President. Bunker explained some of his goals for the coming year.

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