Area residents who attended a workshop at Holy Name School this week observed how to cut a chicken and slice vegetables, discovered the benefits of locally grown foods and learned about the nutritional benefits of the Asian-style salad they were served for dinner.

A keynote speaker from this year's Summer Institute on education in Sheridan is returning to Wyoming as part of a plan to implement Professional Learning Communities in all of the state's school districts.

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Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett, during her recent report to the city council, announced she had issued the final invoice on the dog and sheep sculptures and plaque recently installed in Crazy Woman Square.

The Bison Backers organization will be having its annual fund-raising dinner and auction event this Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds' Community Building.

Johnson County Assessor Cindy Barlow brought a number of tax corrections before the county commissioners for their approval at their last regular meeting.

Barlow said the tax corrections were for the 2015 tax rolls.

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. 24, 1915.

The leaves are starting to turn and will be falling, soon. So, Sheridan police officer Ed Boone took a moment on a recent Public Pulse show to ask residents to follow city ordinances when raking the leaves.

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