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Citizen Concerned About Speeders In Residential Area

A Buffalo city resident spoke to the city council at their Tuesday meeting to bring to their attention her concern over speeding drivers in her residential neighborhood, and to request more speed limit signs in the area.

A Look Back in Time: May 7, 1915

N.A. Pearson has received the contract to build a 10-room bungalow for D.E. Gwinn.

STT Executive Director Resigns

Sheridan Travel and Tourism Executive Director Shawn Buckley has resigned from the position.

Quarry Permit Granted to Wrench Ranch

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Sheridan County Commission Chairman Tom Ringley (Photo by Ron Richter)

A request for a quarry permit from John E. Rice and Sons, Inc, doing business as the Wrench Ranch, was approved Tuesday by the Sheridan County Commission at their regularly scheduled meeting.

Change Order Needed for Fairgrounds Project

Sheridan County Commissioners Tom Ringley, left, and Steve Maier (Photo by Ron Richter)

A change order to the contract with Wilson Brothers Construction for the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Water System Improvements project was approved Tuesday by the Sheridan County Commissioners.

Sheridan County Historical Society to Host Community Roundtables

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The Sheridan County Historical Society is seeking input from the community as it develops an updated strategic plan for the historical society and the Sheridan County Museum.

Plans Move Forward for Collaborative High School

A high school that would serve students from all three Sheridan County school districts as well as the district in Johnson County could be open for classses in fall 2018.

Mead: State Needs to Change Approach to Education

Wyoming's Governor Matt Mead says education of the state's children has to start at the local level.

Jentel Presents

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The current artists in residency at Jentel, four visual and two writers, talked about their work and their process, Tuesday evening in the Sagebrush Community Art Center.

“Trees for Trash” Brought in Tons

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With the steady stream of vehicles lined up to take advantage of the annual “Trees for Trash,” is it any wonder the amount of refuse we collect in a year?

This past weekend, Sheridan and Sheridan County residents took their trash up to the dump for free and received a tree in return.

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