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Mother's Day

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Yesterday was Mother's Day, a day set aside to honor the mothers in our lives. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott wanted to find out what the folks in our community did to celebrate their moms and brings us this story.

Concessions, Garden, Appointment At Buffalo Council Meeting

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At their last meeting, the Buffalo City Council discussed and approved a request by the Buffalo Youth Baseball Association to locate and operate a concession trailer at Prosinski Park from May 1 through July 15th.

G&F: Baby Wildlife Should Be Left Alone

G&F: Baby Wildlife Should Be Left Alone

With springtime in full bloom, there are plenty of young wildlife that people may come across on occasion. Game and Fish Information Specialist Warren Mischke says that the best thing a person can do for the newborn wildlife is to leave it alone.

SC Griffith Memorial Library Receives Gift

Photo Cutline: Dr. Paul Young, NWCCD President, Mr. Greg Thurow, and Katrina Brown, Sheridan College Director of Library Services, pose for a photo during a small gathering celebrating the gift from Mr. Thurow. (Photo courtesy of Dennis Jacobs at Sheridan College)

According to a media release from Sheridan College, the College's Griffith Memorial Library recently received a gift from Greg Thurow, a retired geologist now living in Sheridan.

Mechanics Blamed for Natural Gas Blowout

State oil and gas regulators are blaming mechanical failure for a natural gas well blowout in eastern Wyoming last month.

Raffle To Win A Ride

Back Country Bikes has donated a specialized Vienna bike to be raffled in celebration of Bike To Work Week.

City/County Engineer Gives First Report To Buffalo Council

At their last meeting, the Buffalo City Council heard the first full report from New City/County Engineer Wayne Hill, who has been on the job just over a month.

City Anticipates No Layoffs This Year

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City Anticipates No Layoffs This Year

The City of Sheridan has had to layoff employees over the last three years to make cuts to cover declining sale and use tax revenues.

City Councilman Explains Recent “No” Vote

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Sheridan City Councilman Steve Brantz

Earlier this week, the Sheridan City Council voted in favor of authorizing Mayor Dave Kinskey to sign an agreement with Artist Neltje, that would relieve her of a prior commitment to put in pathways and a bridge in North Park and the Wrench Ranch Hills Subdivision in north Sheridan.

Recent Wyoming Birth Stats Published

The Wyoming Department of Health's Vital Statistics Services Program reported that teenage pregnancy is on the decline in Wyoming.

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