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Sheridan historian Helen Laumann briefly discussed the history of Absaroka, the state that never was, during her Conversations in History program Wednesday morning at Sheridan's Senior Center.

Sheridan’s Mayor Roger Miller and several of the City Council members, are in Cheyenne this week attending the Wyoming Association of Municipalities or WAM Winter Conference. Mayor Miller explained that this will be a new experience for him.

At Wednesday’s Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson talked about how the past year went. Membership retention and chamber buck goals were two of the topics she spoke on.

Wednesday, Sheridan received several inches of snowfall. Due to this the City has declared a snow alert and will commence with their curb to curb snow removal on the Priority 1 pickup routes Wednesday night and the Priority 2 routes Thursday night.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead delivered his State of the State message to the Legislature Wednesday during a joint session of the Senate and House of Representatives.

The recent snowfall has prompted officials with the Wyoming Department of Transportation to remind motorists to always keep a safe distance behind WYDOT snow plows.

The Sheridan Fulmer Library will host a program on Antarctica next Wednesday at 6 pm in the Inner Circle.

Buffalo's City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades reported to the city council recently that it had snowed.
He then wanted to remind those attending the meeting that snow from sidewalks is allowed to be put in the street, but it was against city code to plow or push snow from private driveways into the street.

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