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Public Works Budget Presented at Work Session

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The Sheridan City Council held their latest budget work session Thursday at City Hall. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Getting Ready for Graduation

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Hundreds of students throughout Sheridan County will be receiving their High School diplomas soon, as graduation ceremonies for Sheridan High School, Tongue River, Big Horn, Arvada-Clearmont and Fort Mackenzie will take place this weekend.

Councilman Heath Files for Reelection

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Sheridan City Councilman John Heath has announced that he's officially filed for reelection to the Sheridan City Council. Heath will be running for one of the three four-year terms on the council.

Johnson County Approves MOU For Fire Suppression

At their meeting earlier this week, the Johnson County Commissioners approved a Memorandum Of Understanding (or MOU) between themselves and the two fire districts in the county to provide fire protection for the county.

Recycling Center Seeks Funding For Balers

Bill Ostheimer, with the Buffalo/Johnson County Recycling Board, spoke to the Buffalo City Council at their meeting this week, updating them on the recycling center and submitting a request for funding from the city.

Gatchell Museum Grand Re-Opening This Weekend

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo will host its Grand Re-Opening celebration this Saturday from 10am to 3pm.

Conservation District Offers Cost-Share Programs

The Powder River Conservation District is offering two cost-share programs for Kaycee area residents and business owners in hopes to finance environmentally-friendly rural projects.

Project Graduation Comes Up This Weekend

A special night for graduating seniors is coming up and is known for being a fun, safe celebration. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Sheridan Recreation District Eyes Budget

The budget numbers for the coming year for the Sheridan Recreation District are up more than $92,000 over last year.

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