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Buffalo's City Council got a report from the city's insurance agent, Trevor Moon with Northern Wyoming Insurance, discussed the policy and then approved the renewal for the coming year, with a slight increase in the rate.

Freezing temps couldn’t dissuade these hearty souls from participating in the Trail End annual First Day Hike held Sunday January 1st and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was there and brings the story.

The 2017 Polar Bear Plunge happened New Years Day at Lake DeSmet, and somewhere between 50 and 75 people “made the jump,” so to speak.

Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue received their non-profit status seven years ago to make the rescue an official corporation.

Dozens of people filled the Sheridan Senior Center Friday afternoon to celebrate New Year's Eve a day early.

The first Monday of the New Year will host the first Sheridan City Council meeting of 2017. According to Councilman Jesus Rios, the meeting will start with the same council as last year.

The first phase of a project that will enlarge and renovate the Sheridan Senior Center and expand the kitchen is expected to be completed by the end of January or first of February.

In what has become an annual tradition for some in northeast Wyoming on New Years Day, the Polar Bear Plunge, will happen at Lake DeSmet this coming Sunday afternoon.

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