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City, Firefighters Union Begin Negotiations

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Local Firefighters Union President George Neeson

A supreme court decision has affected the negotiating method between a local union and the City of Sheridan. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

City Adjusts Construction and Demo Fees

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The lateral grinder purchased by the City of Sheridan last year is used to grind construction and demolition materials. (Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan City Council approved a resolution Monday night that adjusts the landfill fees for construction and demolition materials.

Buffalo YMCA's Annual Healthy Kids Day Saturday

Coming up this Saturday at the Johnson County Family YMCA in Buffalo is the annual Healthy Kids Day.

This is a free event where kids can enjoy fun, educational and interactive activities designed to help them learn how to enjoy a healthier life.

Buffalo Police Sponsoring Active Shooter Class

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report to the city council at their last meeting, saying his department will be sponsoring a law enforcement active shooter class this week.

Buffalo Police Sponsoring Active Shooter Class

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report to the city council at their last meeting, saying his department will be sponsoring a law enforcement active shooter class this week.

Buffalo Police Sponsoring Active Shooter Class

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report to the city council at their last meeting, saying his department will be sponsoring a law enforcement active shooter class this week.

Commissioners Pass Resolution, Set Elected Officials Salaries

At their Tuesday meeting the Johnson County Commissioners passed Resolution No. 498, which sets the county's elected officials' salaries for the next four years, from 2015 through 2018.

Phillips Wins State History Day Honors

Judges have selected winners in the recent Wyoming History Day competition held at the University of Wyoming.

Dayton Council Starts Budget Work

Dayton Town Clerk Linda Lofgren, right, presents an overview of the town's proposed 2014/15 budget. (Photo by Pat Blair)

There's good news for Dayton if Wyoming Association of Municipalities projection are right.

College Construction Continues

Renovation continues on Sheridan College’s Thorne-Rider Campus Center, with construction crews working on the campus’ new outdoor mall that includes a plaza and amphitheater, and changes to the façade of the Griffith Memorial Building.

Seminar Topic: 'Your Future'

The Wednesday lunch series focusing on personal growth continues this week, with the topic – “Your Future: The Only Way is Towards.”

County Helps Fund Pipeline Project

While the members of the Tongue River Valley Joint Powers Board wait for money from the state to help build a natural gas pipeline to the towns of Ranchester and Dayton, the Sheridan County Commission is lending support to move the plan forward.

Alcohol Leads to Several Arrests

Sheridan police officers were kept busy over the weekend with several calls involving alcohol-related arrests. In two separate incidents, alcohol so disoriented two men, they didn't know where they were.

A Look Back in Time: April 22, 1914

Fred C. Poll has been re-elected president of the Sheridan Building and Loan Association.

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