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A Look Back in Time: July 9, 1914

Five new denominations of postage stamps have been issued, but Sheridan will not receive any of them for at least 60 days.

Ready to Dance

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Local Law Enforcement are once again prepared for an aspect of rodeo week that draws thousands to downtown Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Free Trolley Service Available This Week

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce have made the Sheridan Trolley available this week to shuttle people to the fairgrounds for the Sheridan WYO Rodeo performances.

Buffalo Mural To Get Protection Measures

As we reported earlier this week, a grant from the Wyoming Main Street Program through the Wyoming Business Council will go to protect the second mural overlooking Crazy Woman Square in downtown Buffalo.

City Retires Three Loans In Amendment to 2014 Budget

The City of Buffalo will be paying off three separate loans after amending the budget for FY2014, according to Mayor Randy Dyess, who made the announcement at a recent city council meeting.

Board Of Health Reports To Johnson County Commissioners

The Johnson County Board of Health met with the county commissioners during their last meeting, updating them on what has been happening during the last quarter.

A Look Back in Time: July 8, 1914

County commissioners gave most of their time this forenoon to arrangements for the upcoming elections.

SAWS Schedules Budget Hearing

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers board will have a hearing on the 2014/2015 budget at their meeting Wednesday.