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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 June 1, 1916.

The 33rd Annual Buffalo Lions Club Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby, which wrapped up on Memorial Day Monday, was a success again this year, according to Lions Club President Adam Teeten, who said everyone participating seemed to have fun with no major problems reported during the derby.

New charges have been filed against Michael Johnson, a former employee of a Buffalo newspaper, stemming from an investigation that uncovered new evidence against him which resulted in the filing of additional charges and the scheduling of a preliminary hearing next week.

Those wanting to serve on Buffalo's City Council or the Johnson County Commission had until 5pm Friday, May 27th to file their paperwork declaring themselves in the running for the primary election in August.

The deadline to file as a candidate for this year’s Primary Election in August ended Friday at the end of the business day.

The Sheridan Police Department is currently having issues with incoming telephone calls. This should not affect the answering and response to emergency calls. For now, no calls made to the Sheridan PD administrative number, 672-2413 will be received.

Alyssa Magestro received a pretty sweet graduation present thanks to Prime Rate Motors of Sheridan. During the Project Graduation party for Sheridan High School, Magestro was the lucky student to win the 2004 Ford Taurus that Prime Rate donated for the event.

The last of the candidates to file for this year's primary elections were recorded Tuesday morning.

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