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Buffalo Council Allocates Funds For Tri-Cities Marketing Plan

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

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

College Student Receives Award

Jade Blackwell, a student at Gillette College, is the recipient of this year's National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association Dodge Truck Award.

App Introduces Yellowstone Wildflowers

An updated app allows visitors to the Greater Yellowstone Region a close-up introduction to the wildflowers and other plants of the area.

Friends Remember Hurst

Friends and colleagues of long-time educator Larry Hurst of Sheridan remember him as a compassionate, extroverted, honorable person, and a good listener.

Police Chief: Investigation Begins

Our local police chief declared this morning's fire at the county attorney's office as an arson. Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Shelter Offers Reduced-Price Vaccinations

The director of the local animal shelter says rabies can be deadly, so a good precautionary measure is to have your dog vaccinated.

Officials Suspect Arson in County Office Fire

Arson may be involved in the fire that swept through county attorney's offices early this morning.

SheridanWyoming.com