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In 2012, the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Joint Powers Board hired consultants to develop a Career Technical Education and Training study that would build off of the Wadley Donovan Report from 2007.

During the last day of 31st Annual Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby--yesterday-- the Buffalo Lion's Club Pavilion was packed to the brim with people hoping to win everything from fishing poles to the grand prize—a side by side vehicle.

Two local Buffalo Veterans celebrate memorial day by doing what they always do. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Sheridan area residents and visitors thronged Fifth Street on Sunday morning to watch Eatons' Ranch horses come through town.

A local museum has planned a special weekend to thank patrons. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Based on the idea that places affect personal energy, a hands-on discussion-oriented class on the Feng Shui tradition is being offered at Sheridan College in Sheridan.

The Jim Gatchell Museum in Buffalo hosted its Grand Re-Opening this past Saturday, celebrating with a newly-redesigned bookstore and a new exhibit entitled “Untrammeled: 50 Years of the Wilderness Act Through the Viewfinder.”

Buffalo residents again turned out in good numbers to participate in the Memorial Day Observances on Monday.

The Parade of Veterans of all wars began at 9am and marched to the Veteran's Memorial on the corner of Fort and Main Streets, then continued down Main Street to the Clear Creek bridge for the Navy Mother's Ceremony.

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