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A Look Back in Time: May 10, 1914

A small boy with a .22 rifle was responsible for shooting the valuable black dog belonging to Jim Worrall. The youngster has confessed to the accidental shooting, and a settlement will reportedly be made for the animal.

Mrs. T.O. Peacock of Miles City, Montana, is in the city visiting friends.

Fair Board Member Resigns

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Sheridan County Fair Association trustee Ed Johlman has announced he is resigning from the board.

UW Board Elects Buffalo Attorney as President

Buffalo attorney David Palmerlee was elected Thursday as president of the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees. The announcement's coming from the university.

Road Treatments Continue Next Week

The Sheridan County road crews will continue surface treatments next week.

Dayton Awards Bid for Street Project

Dayton town councilors awarded a bid to Intermountain Construction & Materials of Sheridan for a rotomill and overlay of 1,500 linear feet of streets in the town, north of Sheridan.

Sheridan has Rhythm

Building community unity, residents of all ages joined together in a community drum circle held at the Y on Thursday night. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott brings back the beat.

A Look Back in Time: May 9, 1914

The school board in a special meeting voted to add manual training and domestic science courses to public school classes next year.

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Buffalo Pool Board Seeks Employee Raises

Members of the Buffalo Pool Board came before the city council at this week's meeting to put in requests for the council to consider giving their lifeguards at the outdoor pool raises effective this summer.

County Signs Off On Gravel Pit Permit Application

The Johnson County Commissioners approved Chairman Delbert Eitel to sign a letter for Roduner Rock, LLC affirming the county has no zoning regulations in place that would prevent them from putting in a gravel pit in the Red Hills Road area east of Buffalo.

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