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Museum Board Looks To Change Employee Retirement Plan

Dave Osmundsen

The Jim Gatchell Museum Board has looked into the possibility of changing the retirement system for the museum staff, going from their current system and coming on board with the Wyoming State Pension Plan.

Buffalo Council Tables Decision On Liquor License

Buffalo's City Council, at this week's meeting, tabled a decision on the liquor license application from Don Seals d/b/a Ray's Liquor, to give him the opportunity to present the council with a business plan.

4K Paws Raises $1,800 For Buffalo Shelter

The St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo held its annual 4K Paws Walk/Run fundraiser Wednesday evening, raising $1,847 to help with the costs of taking care of the cats and dogs at the no-kill shelter.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 4, 1915

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 Sept. 4, 1915.

Waning Energy Revenue Could Cause 10% Budget Decline

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Wyoming’s economy is following the mineral industry — once again — into a downturn that could shrink revenue by 10 percent or more.

Firefighters Contain Small Fire in Bighorn National Forest

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Bighorn National Forest and Sheridan County firefighters responded to a wildfire burning about two-miles northeast of the Big Goose Ranger Station Wednesday. According to a Forest Service news release, the Rapid Creek Fire burned about a half-acre of lodgepole pine.

Local Residents Chosen for State History Awards

Several people in the greater Sheridan area will be honored this month for their work preserving the region’s history.

Community Rallies for Shelter Dogs

Members of the community will be coming together soon to build roofs over the dog runs at the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter.

College Offers New Musical Opportunity

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Sheridan College’s director of stringed instruments, Dr. Mark Elliot Bergman, plans to introduce an old style of music to Sheridan, which features instruments called viols, but he needs players.

Businessman Presents Inspirational Story of Success

What's been described as an inspirational story about how two University of Wyoming students went from roommates to successful business partners will be shared today during a presentation at the Best Western in Sheridan.

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