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Mill Inn Owner Gets Damage Estimate

Just over $31,000 will be needed to repair a room at Sheridan's Mill Inn Hotel, damaged when a car crashed into the room on Valentine's Day last month.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Gun Free Zones, like those around schools are coming under closer scrutiny by the U.S. Congress. Some argue that Gun Free Zones are an open invitation for criminals to enter vulnerable environments where law-abiding citizens who aren’t able to protect themselves.

Tongue River Child’s Place Fundraiser

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The Tongue River Child’s Place held their largest fundraiser of the year at the Ranchester Town Hall Saturday night. A night of dinner and dancing, plus raffles and a silent auction an overflow crowd.

K-Life Hosts Dodgeball Tournament

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If you like dodgeball, Sheridan High School was the place to be Saturday. K-Life, a Christian youth program for kids in grades 3-12, hosted a dodgeball tournament with all proceeds going to help K-Life.

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South Water Tank And Pipeline Project May Be A Go

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Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven reported to the city council that the easements for the South Water Tank and Pipeline Project he has been working on for many months finally looks closer to being complete.

Planner Discusses Water Study, City Boundaries With Council

Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett, during her report to the city council at their last meeting, discussed an upcoming water study, city boundary issues, and bid openings for a feasibility study, among other issues.

Snow An Issue With Inspector, City Works

Toby Rhoades

Snow and snow removal were major topics for discussion for both the city building inspector and city works crews at the last city council meeting.

A Look Back in Time: March 2, 1915

Commissioner Wood has received a letter from the Warren Construction Company, announcing their superintendent of construction will be in Sheridan no later than March 15.

No One Injured in House Fire

BREAKING NEWS: We do have a confirm from the Sheridan County law enforcement dispatch center that no one was injured in a house fire in Ranchester this morning.

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