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Buffalo Passes First Read Of Appropriation Bill

Buffalo's City Council, at Tuesday's meeting, passed on first reading Ordinance No. 1378, their annual appropriations bill, otherwise known as their budget bill.

A Look Back in Time: May 21, 1915

A Sheridan blacksmith who recently forged a check for $14 pleaded guilty to the charge in district court yesterday.

Public Hearing Set for BOCHES Mill Levy

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District will convene a public hearing Thursday on the one-half mill levy that generates revenues for the Board of Cooperative Higher Educational Services.

Beware of Online Ticket Scammers

Every year, more than 5 million people unknowingly purchase bogus tickets to concerts, shows and games, according to AARP.

Governor Says Coal Exports Critical to State's Industry

Gaining access to deep-water ports for exports to Asian markets is crucial to the future of Wyoming’s coal industry.

Business Center Director Talks Economic Development

The Wyoming Technology Business Center on Double Eagle Drive in Sheridan (Photo by Ron Richter)

Last November, the University of Wyoming inked an agreement with Sheridan County to have the Wyoming Technology Business Center take over management of the business incubator facility in Sheridan located on Double Eagle Drive.

Elementary Schools in Sheridan County Receive Book Donations From First Lady Mead

Wyoming First Lady Carol Mead (Courtesy Photo)

Several elementary schools in Sheridan County have received book donations to help promote reading during the summer. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Forest Officials Encourage People to ‘Know Before You Go’

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With the Memorial Day holiday approaching, and the summer outdoor recreation season right behind it, the Bighorn National Forest would like to encourage everyone to “know before you go”, as a first line of defense for staying safe in the forest.

Hibbard Continues Livestock-Handling Session

Whit Hibbard showed videos demonstrating how two people could move 1,300 head of cattle Tuesday as he continued the second day of his “Low-Stress Livestock-Handling” presentation at Sheridan College in Sheridan.

Speaker: Make Fat Part of Healthy Lifestyle

A journalist and author of a book that makes the case for butter, meat and cheese in a healthy diet says United States dietary guidelines are based on flimsy evidence and a lack of science.

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