City Council Amends Capitalization Policy

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, approved Resolution No. 1342, making changes to the city's capitalization policy.

Buffalo Chamber Luau Fun For Those Attending

Emcee Frank Anderson entertains the crowd during the 11th annual Wild Bunch Luau.

The 11th Annual Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Wild Bunch Luau was Saturday night at the Johnson County Fairgrounds, and if fun is a measure of success, then those attending had a blast and it was again a success.

This Week's Poll Question

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It takes time and money to recycle. There's the sorting and then the travel to recycling stations across town. Are we willing to pay a little more?

Little Miss Wyoming Pageant Held Over the Weekend

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2012 Tiny Miss Wyoming Alayla Merchen

Sheridan played host to the state-wide Little Miss Wyoming Pageant this past weekend. Young ladies ages 3 to 15 in five different age categories competed.

Knit in Public Week Began Saturday

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Looking across from the Safeway parking lot Saturday, one couldn't help but notice a sign announcing “Knit in Public.” Saturday was the beginning of international “Knit in Public Week”, a celebration held the second Saturday in June every year.

Wyoming Wound Care Symposium Held in Sheridan

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Sheridan Memorial Hospital in partnership with the VA sponsored its 4th annual Wound Care Symposium Friday and Saturday demonstrating the latest best practices in wound care.

Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better

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Nancy Marchase

Saturday, Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns sponsored a Women Build Day, inviting women to help build a home in our community.

Sheridan Angels Meet Their Goal

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For a group that only formed 4½ months ago, they are well on their way to making an impact on helping the less fortunate in our community.

Legacy “Walk for Life” was Saturday

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Saturday morning over 100 walkers, runners, and bikers joined forces on a two mile fund-raising jaunt for Legacy Pregancy Resource Center's annual “Walk for Life.” Short and simple, the walk was also a way to bring unity as a way to celebrate life.

Governor OK With Wyoming's Referendum Process

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Gov. Matt Mead says he believes Wyoming's standards for citizen initiated laws and referendums are appropriate.