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Buffalo Council Approves Water Line Tap On NW Water Line

Buffalo City Council

John Gibbs, representing Northern Plains Investments, came before the Buffalo City Council at this week's meeting to request approval of a water tap on the NW Water Line, to service property owned by the company on North Main Street.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 20, 1914

Sheridan millers have donated more than half a carload of flour to aid the starving people of Belgium.

'One Stop Shop'

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The City of Sheridan will soon embark on a remodel to the interior of City Hall that will make things more customer service friendly for the public and add a level of security for city employees.

Rec. District Eyes Contract With Ambulance Service

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The Sheridan Recreation District Board of Trustees continue to discuss options on having an ambulance at the ready for all of their Little Guy Football games. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Tri-City Regional Marketing Initiative

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The City of Sheridan has entered into a memorandum of understanding with the cities of Gillette and Buffalo and the Kaycee-Buffalo-Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board.

Library Board Approves New Policy, Talks Security Breach

At the Sheridan County Public Library Board of Trustees' monthly meeting held this evening board members discussed a statewide security breach of all public libraries' shared data system and approved a change to the library system's check-out policy.

Donors, Support Recognized at AgriPark Event

Donors and supporters including city and county officials and state legislators were recognized during the open house Wednesday of Sheridan College's new AgriPark on Sheridan's north side.

Big Horn Students Not Happy With iPads

Despite some complaints from students at Big Horn, Sheridan County School District 1 will continue its current use of iPads in the classroom.

Ranchester OKs Mayor Raise, Requests Train Caboose

Ranchester's town council has authorized an ordinance that would raise the mayor's salary by $500 a month, from $1,500 to $2,000, that would go into effect for the newly elected mayor, Peter Clark.

Commissioners To Address Air Service with Legislators

Improving air service will be a topic Sheridan County Commissioners plan to bring up for discussion next week with state legislators during a legislative forum.