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Buffalo Council OKs Catering Permit, Denies Fireworks

Rachel McCaughey with the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce came before the Buffalo City Council at this week's meeting to seek approval for a malt beverage permit for Crazy Woman Square for Sunday, July 20th from 5 to 8pm.

Latest Candidates' Forum Features Council Positions

City Council candidates, from left, Scott Madsen, Brian Zigmont, Russ Humphrey and Wes Haskins.

This week's Candidates' Forum at the Buffalo Farmer's Market Wednesday afternoon gave the candidates for Buffalo City Council and Buffalo Mayor the opportunity to introduce themselves to the voters.

Lewis Street Bridge Closure

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

Big changes are on the way regarding a major reconstruction project in Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

On the Foundation Features Music and Theater

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(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns will be holding their 5th annual “On the Foundation” fundraiser next Thursday (July 24) in Sheridan.

Story Residents Should Be Aware of Rogue Bear

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department issued a news release Thursday that residents of Story need to be aware of a black bear that has been roaming the area for food recently.

Masons Lead School Cornerstone Ceremony

Coffeen School under construction earlier this year. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Wyoming's Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons will have a cornerstone ceremony at Coffeen Elementary School on Aug. 9.

Enrollment Numbers Boost District 1 Budget

Sheridan County School District 1 will receive $175,000 more from the state this year than in 2013/2014.

County Valuations Add to School Budget

School District 2 Business Manager Roxie Taft. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County School District 2 will get $300,000 more this year than in 2013/14, in part because property valuations are up in the county.

College Approves Budget, Financial Services

Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees expect to spend just over $27 million in general funds during this fiscal year, and another $28 million for two capital construction projects.

Cloud Peak Regulations Are For Protection

The Cloud Peak Wilderness in the Bighorn National Forest is a popular recreation destination for thousands of people every year. The area’s popularity is the main reason the Forest Service has applied special regulations to protect the natural resources in this alpine environment.