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A Look Back in Time: May 27, 1916

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 May 27, 1916.

Public Fluoridation Hearings Complete, No Decision By Council

Dr. John Naugle, DDS

Thursday afternoon the City of Buffalo had their final public hearing on the possibility of adding fluoride to the city's drinking water, and again, the overwhelming sentiment of those attending was for the city not to do it.

Johnson County Begins Process To Abandon Stock Trail

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to move ahead with the abandonment of an unused, outdated stock trail near Kaycee, known as the “Old Barnum Road.”

Liquor License, Voting Delegate Addressed By Buffalo Council

Buffalo City Council

Buffalo's City Council took care of a few “housekeeping” issues during their last regular meeting, discussing a liquor license transfer, appointing a voting delegate to WAM Annual Convention, and approving a grant application.

Hackman Files for House District 51

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Democrat Hollis Hackman of Sheridan will run for the State House District 51 seat in Sheridan County, as he’s officially filed for the position. Hackman said this past legislative session was the turning point in his decision to run.

Sheridan Man Charged with Assault Bound Over to District Court

26-year-old Sheridan resident, Jacob Olson was scheduled for his preliminary hearing in Circuit Court Thursday morning. However, Olson’s Public Defender waived that hearing and the case has been bound over to District Court.

Burgess Files for House District 30 Seat

Sheridan resident Val Burgess will run as a Democrat for the State House District 30 seat. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Sheridan resident Val Burgess has filed as a candidate for the State House District 30 seat for Sheridan County. Burgess, who’s running as a Democrat, explains some of the factors that led to her decision.

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State-of-the Art Paint Booth

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Jack’s Auto Body Specialists in Sheridan has recently expanded to include a new state-of-the-art paint booth that is more environmentally friendly and will increase productivity two fold. Owner Jack Eccles explains.

Montana Cutters Want to Return Next Year

More than 120 contestants from 11 states and Canada competed for a payout of just over $42,000 at the Sheridan College's AgriPark last week.

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