Wyoming

Sheridan's Senior Center will have a New Year's Eve at Noon a day early this year.

Over the next few days we will be taking a look back at Johnson County's top stories for 2016.
Today we will focus on the third quarter of the year, from July through September of 2016.

The Buffalo Police Department again this year had their “Operation Blue Santa” program, and helped four families have a better Christmas through their efforts and those in the community.

A new program allows those Wyoming residents with a library card to download e-books for free.

With Total Boox for Libraries, a recent addition to e-content resources on GoWYLD.net, residents can download and read more than 50,000 e-books for their mobile devices with apps for Apple, Kindle Fire and Android. More e-books are added every week.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Dec. 29, 1916.

The third quarter of 2016 started out with a slew of wildfires in July. The Beatty Spur Fire, which was a grass blaze about 12 miles north of Sheridan, was reported on the afternoon of Friday the 8th and was contained several hours after crews arrived.

After their meeting last week, the Sheridan City Council went into an Executive Session.

It is almost 2017 and with the New Year comes another tax season. According to the Internal Revenue Service recommendations, certain tax documents should be kept for several years or more. Generally, the IRS suggests keeping copies of tax returns and supporting documents for at least 3 years.

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