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Sandbags Available from County

As creeks and rivers continue to run high in Sheridan County, officials are keeping sandbags available for those in need.

County Attorney's Office Stays Up, Running

Officials and firefighters were still on site mid-morning Wednesday following the fire. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle and his staff continued business nearly as usual Wednesday in spite of the predawn fire that ravaged their offices in downtown Sheridan.

Chamber Moves to Better Serve Community

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The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held an open house Wednesday to introduce its new office space in Historic Downtown Sheridan. Dixie Johnson, CEO of the chamber says the move gives the chamber more space.

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Newly Crowned Miss Wyoming Discusses Platform

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Miss Wyoming Jessie Allen spent some time at the Sheridan Media studios Wednesday. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)
Miss Wyoming Jessie Allen poses for a picture with Sheridan Media GM and KROE Morning Host Bob Grammens. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

A special guest visited Sheridan Media Wednesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

University Astrocamp Hosts Middle School Students

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The University of Wyoming will host their annual “Astrocamp” June 15 through the 24th. The camp is for middle school students from around Wyoming and the region.

Buffalo Council Allocates Funds For Tri-Cities Marketing Plan

Buffalo City Council

Buffalo's City Council has approved $2,000 for the city's portion of funds that will be pooled with money from Sheridan and Gillette as part of the Tri-Cities Marketing Initiative.

YMCA Hosts 31st Buffalo Triathlon

The Johnson County Family YMCA will be presenting the 31st Annual Buffalo Triathlon this Friday and Saturday at the Y.

Unversity Releases Honor Roll

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The University of Wyoming released the list of students who made the President's Honor Roll for the 2014 spring semester. 31 students from Sheridan County made the list. The President's Honor Roll consists of regularly enrolled undergraduates who earned a 4.0 grade point average for the semester.

Madsen Wants Better Tracking of City Assets

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Former Buffalo City Councilman Scott Madsen has filed to run for one of the two open seats on the Buffalo City Council.

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