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If you happen to be passing Farmers Co-op Gas Station, on Sheridan’s Coffeen Ave, on a Tuesday evening, you will see a group of motorcycles and riders. As long as the weather is nice, a group of Sheridan County motorcyclist get together on Tuesday’s at 6 to go on a ride together.

When you walk into Sheridan’s YMCA, there are a lot of different activities going on. This week Theater 2 Camp and Prop Making Camp are in session and they are gearing up for a production of The Aristocats Kids.

Fremont Toyota of Sheridan for the past several years has donated a vehicle to the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office D.A.R.E. program.

Last week Governor Matt Mead in a meeting with the Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee, proposed budget cuts of $248 million that would result in the loss of almost 700 private sector jobs. The cuts go into effect for the 2017-18 biennium budget, which begins July 1.

Buffalo's Sign Ordinance has passed its second reading after being tabled for a few weeks to give city officials time to “clean up” the wording in the document.

After a truck pulling two tanker trailers full of crude oil crashed around 15 miles east of Wright, several thousand gallons of the oil spilled. The crash occurred on Sunday morning at 9:40 while the truck was traveling east on Wyoming 450.

On Saturday morning at 8:17, Sheridan Fire Rescue responded to the report of a semi-truck explosion in Sheridan’s Walmart parking lot. Incident Commander for this fire, Jerry Johnston, confirmed that the truck had indeed exploded.

The annual Living History Day, organized and put on by the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo, happened this past Saturday and had a “good turnout,” according to Museum Director Sylvia Bruner.

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