After the Johnson County Commissioners approved $25,000 in funding for additional repairs at the YMCA at their Tuesday meeting, the Buffalo City Council then had their opportunity to discuss the issue at their meeting later that evening, where they also approved the YMCA using the unused 1% funds.

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 Sept. 8, 1916.

Sheridan firefighters collected more than $6.000 for the Muscular Dystrophy Association this year in a three-day drive that started Saturday morning.

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved the use of $25,000 of allocated but unused 1% funds for repairs at the city-owned YMCA building.

Advanced Communications Technology Inc.(ACT) launched its new Gigabit internet services to ACT fiber customers. They were able to launch this after they completed a series of network upgrades according to ACT’s Marketing and Sales Supervisor Jason Wille.

Just over 854,000 visitors came to Yellowstone National Park during the month of August 2015. This past August saw a decrease in that number. Only 841,036 visited the park in August 2016 a 1.5% decrease from the previous year.

On Tuesday, the 40 day project to add a pathway to the west 5th street bridge got underway. This new pathway will make it safer for those using the existing pathways, along the Big Goose Creek, to cross 5th street.

Ranchester's town council clarified an ordinance defining bars and grills and reviewed a Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board application for funds in a meeting Tuesday night.

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