The manner in which staffers of the Sheridan Travel and Tourism organization promote the area has changed a bit since the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce moved its offices from the visitor’s center on Fifth Street to downtown.
In 2012, the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Joint Powers Board hired consultants to develop a Career Technical Education and Training study that would build off of the Wadley Donovan Report from 2007.
During the last day of 31st Annual Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby--yesterday-- the Buffalo Lion's Club Pavilion was packed to the brim with people hoping to win everything from fishing poles to the grand prize—a side by side vehicle.
Buffalo's City Works Director Les Hook gave his final report for May at the last city council meeting, discussing the status of various projects, reporting a problem with the city's water salesman, and requesting a schedule change for his crews.
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