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The University of Wyoming's Cooperative Extension Service presented a seminar Thursday night in Buffalo with the topic of discussion being alternative forages that producers can use for extending their grazing season and different ways they can improve hay production.

An article in the April 6th edition of the Buffalo Bulletin indicates that Sheridan College has been named the buyer of the Spear-O-Wigwam Dude Ranch in the northern Johnson County area of the Big Horn Mountains.

Picture this: five Sheridan County commissioners, Sheridan's mayor and a representative of the Sheridan Regional Office of the Wyoming Game and Fish on a rainy Tuesday afternoon.

Susan Thomas, wife of the late U.S. Senator Craig Thomas of Wyoming, paid a visit to Sheridan Media Wednesday morning to tell us about the Craig and Susan Thomas Foundation and the work she is doing in his honor. She explains.

While the first April meeting of the Sheridan County Commission was under an hour, about twenty minutes of public comment was spent on the issue of Resolution 11-01-001.

With springtime comes mountain runoff of rivers, creeks and streams. The folks at Sheridan County Emergency Management have been stockpiling sandbags in the storehouse in the event that waterways in this region go over their banks.

Coming up Tuesday night in Buffalo is Big Bucks Bingo, an event to raise money for the Buffalo Rotary Club's Student Exchange Program.

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis recently commented on U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer's remarks branding the Tea Party as extremists. Lummis responded by saying that clearly the Democrats are learning their talking points.

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