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Deaths Reported: Split Ticket Voting is Dead; A Report of a Wyoming Monk who Croaked

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In a recent column, I questioned that in the current Wyoming Republican-dominated political landscape, would it even be possible for such popular Democrat governors as Ed Herschler, Mike Sullivan or Dave Freudenthal to win today?

Visiting Artists Will Talk About Their Process During Jentel Presents

The local community will have the opportunity Tuesday night to meet six artists from across the country who are visiting the area as participants of the Jentel artist in residency program.

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Town Partakes In 'Light Up Buffalo' Events

This year's “Light Up Buffalo” events were celebrated this past Saturday in Buffalo, with the cold weather not keeping people away, only re-thinking how to enjoy them.

City Council OKs Tap on Water Line On Airport Road

A resident in the Ridge Road area came before the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting to seek approval to tap into an existing distribution line owned by Garland Enterprises.

Buffalo Council Passes Fence Ordinance On Second Read

The Buffalo City Council had the second reading of Ordinance No. 1374, which will change the wording of existing city code concerning fencing in the city limits, at their last meeting.

This Week's Poll Question

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Stretching the legal limits of presidential powers, President Obama took action last week reshaping our nation's immigration policy, prompting this week's Bank of Sheridan/Sheridan Media Poll Question:

Library Director Dicusses Change to 'Endowment Challenge'

At last week's Legislative Forum held at the Sheridan City Hall, Director of the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library Cameron Duff addressed state legislators about a proposed change to the “endowment challenge", which involves the division of a $18 million Wyoming Libraries Endowment fund among all the county libraries throughout the state.

After tragic Death, Family Wants Higher OSHA Fines

Sheridan resident Mary Jane Collins came before a group of legislators at last week's Legislative Forum, held at the Sheridan City Hall, to discuss fatality fines administered through Wyoming 's Occupational Health and Safety Administration or OSHA.

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

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