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Pet Safety Tips for the Holidays

The holidays present a number of opportunities for pets to get into trouble, whether it’s eating human food that isn’t meant to be consumed by animals, or trying to ingest Christmas ornaments and decorations.

Presentation in Buffalo to Focus on Marijuana Addiction

The Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police along with the Prevention Management Organization are sponsoring a presentation Thursday from 10 am to noon at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center in Buffalo that will focus on the pitfalls of Marijuana use.

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Residents Question Need for New Tower Lights

Story residents, and others, questioned the need for a flashing white light on a tower in Story since the existing red tower lights meet the requirements of both Sheridan County and the Federal Aviation Administration.

Creekside Presents Christie's 'And Then There Were None'

**UPDATE**
The performances of "And Then There Were None" have been postponed until January 6th and 7th.

Buffalo's Creekside Performing Arts will present their version of “And Then There Were None,” a play based from the Agatha Christie mystery novel.

Buffalo Council Approves Power Purchase Agreement

After months of looking into the possibility of getting a better rate for the power they produce, the Buffalo City Council approved an agreement with Pacifcorp, the parent company of Rocky Mountain Power, to sell electricity generated by city facilities back to the company.

County, Public Say 'Goodbye' To Commissioner Hicks

Johnson County Commissioner Jim Hicks attended his last meeting Tuesday afternoon, and before adjourning for the day, Chairman Bill Novotny spoke to those present, thanking Hicks for his service over the last four years and specifically to his tutelage of “two young commissioners” over the last two years.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 7, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Dec. 7, 1916.

Tabling Action Declared Moot

Action taken by Sheridan County commissioners Tuesday morning, in tabling a contract with Christi Rolston, has been declared moot.

Not Afraid Equivalent to Head of Small Country

The Crow Tribe is a sovereign nation, and the chairman of the tribe is basically the head of a small nation.

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