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Buffalo Council OKs Resolution For Mill Levy

Buffalo's City Council, at their Tuesday meeting, voted to allow Mayor Mike Johnson and Clerk Julie Silbernagel to petition the county clerk to collect an 8-mill levy for the city for fiscal year 2018.

A Look Back in Time: April 19, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on April 19, 1917.

Police Chief Outlines Liquor Law Changes

Minors wouldn't be allowed in bars, and people who dispense and serve drinks would be required to have beverage server training under an ordinance proposed by the city of Sheridan.

Chamber Hosts Meeting on Electronic Signs

Electronic signs would be permitted in Sheridan under an ordinance being proposed by the city's public works department.

Commissioners Appoint Special Prosecutors

Action came during the commissioners' meeting Tuesday morning at the request of Sheridan County Attorney Matt Redle.

Normative Services Runaways Apprehended

Four juveniles were reported as runaways from Normative Services Monday, but all four were later found, according to Sheriff's Lt. Allen Thompson.

SC Jazz Bands Perform Final Concert of School Year

The Sheridan College Jazz bands will perform their for their final time of the semester on Tuesday. According to Dr. Eric Richards, Director of Bands and Jazz Studies at the College, there will be a workshop for the students
before the performance.

Fishing Regulations

The fishing season is starting and there is a new regulation people in Sheridan County should know about. That’s according to Bud Stewart, Public Information Specialist for the Sheridan Region of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.

Wyolotto Transfers $1 Million to the State

During each quarter, Wyolotto makes a transfer of funds to the state. Those funds are then distributed between Wyoming’s cities, towns, and counties. Their most recent transfer, which marks the 5th they have made, was for $1,007,976.28.

City Sales and Use Tax Numbers Continue to Lag

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City of Sheridan Finance and Administrative Services Director Jim Harmon provided a financial update at Monday night’s City Council meeting that showed sales and use tax numbers continue to be lower than the previous year.

SheridanWyoming.com

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