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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Buffalo Business Owners Seek Changes In Sewer Rates

**CORRECTION** In the original story the business owned by Mr. Shroefel was listed as "Buggy Bath Car Wash." The name of his business is "Wash Me Car Wash." We apologize for the error.

Buffalo Council Adopts Revision Of Investment Policy

Buffalo's City Council, by a vote at their last meeting, adopted a revision to the city's investment policy, bringing it in line with Wyoming state statute.

Variance, Street Closure Highlight Light Council Agenda

Buffalo's City Council will work through a short agenda for their meeting this afternoon, where they will consider a variance request for a property located at 296 Williams and will also consider a street closure request from the Chamber of Commerce to accommodate the upcoming Monster March on Monday, October 31st.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 18, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Oct. 18, 1916.

City Council Hires Collins As Administrator

Mark Collins is the new administrator for the city of Sheridan.

Knights of Columbus Host Annual Fundraiser for the Legacy Pregnancy Center

Sheridan’s Knights of Columbus will host their Annual Spaghetti Dinner on Thursday, to benefit the Legacy Pregnancy Center. This fundraiser has been going on for almost a decade now according to past Grand Knight Ken Weber.

Story Elementary Fall Festival and Chili Cook-Off

On Thursday, Story Elementary School will host their annual Fall Festival and Chili Cook-Off at the school. According to the Schools Secretary, Dylan Branson, the festival is open to all of Sheridan County.

Square Dancing Lessons Start Next Week

If you are looking for an activity where you can get some exercise and meet new people, look no further than Sheridan’s YMCA on Tuesday nights.

Senior Center Launches Initiative for Dementia

A meeting will be held starting at 5 p.m Tuesday at Sheridan's Senior Center to talk about an Alzheimer's disease and related dementia initiative project in the community.