Commission Considers Homeland Security Grants

The Sheridan County Commission meets next week.

Fair Pavillion May Be Used Year-round, Office Building Needs New Roof

Sheridan County Fairground crew work to repair the damaged roof of the fairgrounds office building. (Pat Blair Photo)

Plans to make the Sheridan County Fairgrounds pavilion a year-round facility will start with painting and fixing up the structure this winter, says Fairgrounds Manager Jamie Ringley.

Medicare Enrollment Starts Next Week

The seniors organization, AARP, is encouraging its members and other older Americans with Medicare to take advantage of the open enrollment period coming up between Oct. 15 and Dec. 7.

Watchdog Group Reports Safety Risks

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A report by a disability advocacy group says residents at a state facility for the developmentally disabled are exposed to significant safety risks.

Tree Limb Pick-up's Week Out

Sheridan College students Brianne Birt, left, of Cheyenne and Hallie Griffith of Montana were caught jumping on tree limbs. (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

Piles of downed tree limbs still line the streets of Sheridan, from last Friday's storm.

County Releases Cap Tax Project Details

Commissioner Steve Maier (Leslie Stratmoen Photo)

Details on Cap Tax road projects for Sheridan County have now been included on a website called

Buffalo Hosts Pumpkin Festival

Northstar Energy and Construction will be offering to the Buffalo community their sixth annual Pumpkin Festival this Saturday at Crazy Woman Square.

County Considers Land Sale

Lands in southern Johnson County, one 80-acre parcel and two 10-acre parcels, that have apparently been owned by the county for an unknown amount of time, may be offered for sale by the county if approved by the county commissioners.

Council Wants Problems Fixed

Buffalo's City Council, at their last meeting, discussed leaks that have happened at the new Criminal Justice Center's roof, and how to address them getting repaired.

Sheridan Mayor Talks Cap Tax

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In a little less than a month, Sheridan County voters will take to the polls to either vote for or against renewal of the Capital Facilities Tax.