New Law Helps Protect Sexual Assault Victims

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Advocacy and Resource Center of Sheridan Executive Director Bonnie Young (Photo by Ron Richter)

A new law in Wyoming is aimed at adding a layer of protection for victims of sexual assault. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Patton Praised As Advocate for Schools

Administrators in Sheridan County's three school districts recently spoke of state Rep. John Patton's contributions to education in Wyoming, characterizing him as a gentleman and an advocate for the children of Wyoming.

Trustees Approve Alternative School Lease Agreement

Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees have approved a lease agreement that will allow an alternative school to be built on the campus of Sheridan College in Sheridan.

Deal Sentenced on Drug Charges

David Deal of Sheridan was sentenced in district court in Sheridan on two counts of delivery of controlled substances.

Engineer Updates the Fair Board on Water Project

the Sheridan County Fairgrounds during the winter months. Photo by Pat Blair.

During the Sheridan County Fair Association Board of Trustees’ regularly scheduled monthly meeting, the trustees were updated on a snag in a water supply improvement project that has been ongoing on the grounds.

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Buffalo Council Approves Rec Board Funding Applications

Buffalo's City Council, at this week's meeting, approved the list of applications to be sent to the Johnson County Recreation District Board for consideration of funding.

Chamber Wants Kids To 'Play Unplugged'

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce is getting involved with a program to get kids and parents to participate in the “Play Unplugged” Challenge this summer, essentially to get off the couch and outside doing fun activities.

Local Author Nominated For Hugo Award

Steve Rzasa

Local Buffalo author Steve Rzasa, who has written a number of science-fiction novels, has been nominated for a Hugo Award for his short story entitled “Turncoat,” which appeared in the sci-fi anthology “Riding the Red Horse” by Castalia House.

A Look Back in Time: April 10, 1915

Sheridan County commissioners at their last meeting ordered the county clerk to advertise for a suitable tract of land for location of two buildings.