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Joco Library's “The Road Ahead” Auction Next Week

(Courtesy of the Johnson County Public Library)

The Johnson County Public Library's annual auction is next Friday, Nov. 7. This comes on the tail of the Nov. 4 General Election, in which county residents will officially vote on whether or not to support a sixth-penny special tax to help fund the library's expansion project.

Buffalo Mayor Responds To Questions About City Water

Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess

Questions have been raised recently concerning the city's supply of water, their ability to treat enough and also how to maintain enough water supplies if the city continues to allow those outside of the city limits access to the city's water.

City Works Director's Remaining Report to Council

Yesterday we reported that Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook had informed the city council of the inspection of Tie Hack Dam that showed no problems with the structure.

Mars Officials Present Program at College

Two of Mars Inc.'s global officials talked about the company, commodity hedging, and how hedging can help farmers and ranchers manage risks and run profitable operations in a program at Sheridan College on Tuesday night.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 29, 1914

A very large audience attended the democratic rally at Parkman last night.

Johnson County, University Agree To Hire New 4-H Educator

Blaine Horn, County Coordinator for the University of Wyoming's Johnson County Extension Office in Buffalo, came before the county commissioners at their last meeting to officially report that former 4-H Educator Rachel Vardiman has submitted her resignation effective October 6th, for personal reaso

SEEDA Receives Update on Children's Center

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The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority held their quarterly meeting Tuesday. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Brundage Lane Speed Limit Change

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Motorists traveling along Brundage Lane in Sheridan will soon have to slow down a bit due to a change in the speed limit from 40 to 30 miles an hour. WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell explains why the speed limit is being reduced.

Hi-Tech Park Site Certification Progressing

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In the summer of 2013, the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority elected to participate in a site certification program for land they own in the Hi-Tech Business Park in north Sheridan.