Dr. Jane Wohl, an English teacher at Sheridan College, will present poetry written by American veterans of the Vietnam, Afghanistan and Iraq conflicts in a program Thursday at the college in Sheridan.

The 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie was originally cited by a member of the Crow tribe tried in circuit court in Sheridan last week on a charge of poaching elk in Wyoming. His claim was that the treaty of 1868 and another in 1851 gave him the right to hunt elk at any time in Wyoming. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair did some research on the treaty.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on May 4, 1916.

At around 3pm on Monday, an unresponsive student body was discovered on campus by housing officials. Campus Police were notified and responded where they found Rondo Biggs, a full time student, had passed away in his dorm room.

A public forum held Monday evening in Buffalo to discuss the possibility of fluoridating Buffalo's municipal water showed those attending were predominantly against the idea, but open to looking into alternatives to help with the oral health of the county.

Buffalo's City Council discussed and approved Nelson Engineering of Buffalo to perform project administration and inspection services on the upcoming Lobban Avenue Reconstruction Project, set to begin in mid-May and finish in November of this year.

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly brought a contract for maintenance services on the recently-purchased backup generator at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center for the Johnson County Commissioners to review.

After several months with their windows covered at the corner of Main and Grinnell, Twin M Designs celebrated their newly remodeled store with a Grand Re-Opening and ribbon cutting with the Chamber Ambassadors.

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