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Two Arraigned in District Court

Two people were arraigned on unrelated charges in district court in Sheridan Thursday morning. Both pleaded not guilty to the charges against them, and trial dates are pending in the court of Judge William Edelman. Arraignments took place in the Sheridan County Courthouse in Sheridan.

Public Meeting On Sign Ordinance Draws Few

Buffalo's Planning and Zoning Commission hosted a public meeting on the proposed Sign Ordinance at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center Wednesday evening, that drew only a few business owners and other concerned citizens to speak their minds on the issue.

County Proclaims National Museum Month, Day

Johnson County's Commissioners have proclaimed May as “National Museum Month” for Johnson County and also May 19th as “National Museum Day” during their regular meeting this week.

Rep. Madden Talks With Buffalo City Council

Mike Madden. Photo by Aaron Palmer

At this week's Buffalo City Council meeting, State Treasurer Mark Gordon and State Representative Mike Madden, both of Buffalo, spoke on this year's legislative session and what can be expected in the coming year.

A Look Back in Time: April 24, 1915

Now that your heating stove is no longer needed, call Corey Transfer and Storage company.

Keystone Awards Honor Pillars of Community

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Keystone Honoree Kim Love holds a camel puppet. Besides being well-known for his support in the community, he is a great animal lover--especially those of the exotic variety. Photo by Hannah Stepenoff.

On Thursday evening, the WYO Theatre in Sheridan was packed to the brim with community members who came out to celebrate three local honorees of the Keystone Award.

US 14 Closed Temporarily Due to Crash

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US 14 west of Dayton has been closed temporarily due to a crash involving a truck hauling bentonite. Ronda Holwell with the Wyoming Department of Transportation has confirmed that the crash occurred near mile marker 71 and there was one fatality.

A Case for Caution

During a presentation this week of a mock appeal involving police confiscation of a cell phone in relation to a criminal case, Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair found herself disagreeing with many of the audience members. Here's her personal report.

Game Officials Say Time to Register Boats

Officials with the state game and fish department say now is the time to register boats, before the big rush comes on Memorial Day weekend.

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