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Buffalo Drafting Water Users Agreement For Non City Users

At the last Buffalo City Council meeting, City Attorney Ben Kirven discussed a draft Ordinance he has drawn for a water users agreement for users outside the city limits to purchase city water.

St. Francis Shelter "Dying" for Donations

St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo is hosting a night of “Shamrocks and Murder” to raise funds to support homeless pets.

SCFPL Hosts Reception, Classes

The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is hosting a reception for the artist of this month's display Tuesday night from 5 to 7 o'clock.

RENEW Kicks Off DisABILITIES Awareness Month

Rehabilitation Enterprises of Northeastern Wyoming, known around Sheridan as RENEW, is celebrating its 40th year of service to the community, and has enlisted the City Council's help in ringing in the month of disABILITIES awareness.

Cody Teenagers Arrested For Triple Homicide

Two teenagers from Cody have been arrested in connection with a triple homicide that occurred in Clark over the weekend.

Schools Celebrate Reading This Week

Sheridan County's schools are celebrating the birthday of the infamous author, Dr. Suess, this week as part of a nationwide Read Across America campaign. Kathy Vetter, President of the Wyoming Education Association, explains more.

Cutting the Locks for a Good Cause

Representative Rosie Berger received a haircut last week that will go toward a good cause, as she donated her locks to the Pantene Beautiful Lengths Program, that allows woman fighting cancer to receive real, full-hair wigs.

Whacky Science Saturday

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It was a “Whacky Science” Saturday at Sheridan College, a time for kids of all ages to be exposed to and get excited about science. Rob Milne, a chemistry instructor at Sheridan College says there was plenty of activities to participate in.

Fun and Food at the Fairgrounds

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Saturday, in the Exhibit Hall of the fairgrounds, Sheridan County 4-H held it's major fundraiser of the year, the annual 4-H Carnival and Chili Feed.

This Week's Poll Question

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It's tough to make ends meet, especially is a sluggish economy. Those making the minimum wage are sometimes forced to work two or three jobs just to pay the bills.

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