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Buffalo Council to Discuss Grants, Revitalization, Engineer

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The Buffalo City Council has a full agenda for their meeting Tuesday. The council will hold public hearings and then introduce resolutions for grant applications for the Clear Creek Elementary School Building and the Crazy Woman Square project.

3rd Annual Alzheimer's Memory Walk is Saturday

Sheridan Senior Center

An event will spread awareness and educate this weekend at the 3rd annual Alzheimer's Memory Walk event Saturday morning, put on by the Sheridan Senior Center. Family Caregiver Director, Stella Montano, talked about this year's event.

Sheridan County Museum is Brewing Up History

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4th Annual Brewing Up History Beer Tasting coming to Sheridan County Museum Friday.

Friday, August 5th, the Sheridan County Museum will be holding its 4th annual “Brewing Up History Beer Tasting” fundraiser. Held on the front porch, Black Tooth Brewery will be the featured beer maker. Twenty-four other handpicked beers will also be served.

Busy Times at the Library

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Debbie Iverson, Project Director for Fulmer Library.

The “dog days of summer” might soon be coming to an end, but our local library is just as busy as ever.

Entryway Corridor Modifications

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City of Sheridan Planning Director Robert Briggs

The Sheridan City Council Monday night approved on 1st reading an ordinance that adds clarification by modifying language in the City's Entryway Corridor ordinance. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was at the meeting and has the story.

Officers Names Released

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Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle

The Sheridan County Attorney's Office Monday announced the identity of the two Sheridan Police Officers involved in a fatal shooting on the 4th of July that resulted in the death of 23-year-old Sheridan resident Jesse Salveson.

Vivint Inc. Warned by Better Business Bureau for Sales Tactics in Billings, No Problems Reported in Sheridan

A door-to-door home security sales company out of Provo, Utah received a warning last week from the Better Business Bureau for misappropriating itself as Kenco Security of Montana while conducting sales in Billings.

No Structures Involved in Grass Fire Near Wyarno Sunday

Jet-black smoke that could be seen on Sunday afternoon toward Wyarno can be attributed to a grass fire that got into some hay bales and tires near some farm equipment off Highway 336, three miles from Sheridan.

JCHC Board Approves Hospice Funds to General Fund

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees voted to transfer funds from the Hospice Donation Account to the Hospital's General Fund at their monthly meeting Wednesday.

City to Consider Changes to Design Approval Standards

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City to Consider Changes to Design Approval Standards

Consideration of changes to City code pertaining to design review standards and procedures will be addressed by the Sheridan City Council this evening.