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Legislative Forum: Critical Air Service

The Critical Air Service Team, or CAST was formed in 2012 as a venture between Sheridan and Johnson County residents, local governments, travel and tourism and economic development personnel.

November Police Report For Buffalo City Council

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his report to the Buffalo City Council at their meeting this week, pointing out that officers responded to five suicide attempts or threats during the month, a much higher number than normal.

Johnson County Approves 2017 Holiday Schedule

Johnson County's Commissioners approved the list of paid holidays employees will receive and that county offices will be closed on during the coming year, 2017.

Fun Christmas Events Happening In Buffalo Saturday

For those looking to continue celebrating the Christmas season, Saturday will have some fun things to try.
Starting at 8 and going through 10 in the morning, kids can have Breakfast With Santa at the Hampton Inn and Suites.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 9, 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. 9, 1916.

Aggravated Robbery in Sheridan County

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Four armed men forced entry into a rural residence in northern Sheridan County Thursday at approximately 7 am and robbed the lone male occupant.

Fairgrounds to Get Busy in January

Sheridan County Fairgrounds Director Jamie Ringley says the place will get busy starting in January.

Mayor Heath Urges Legislators to Continue Funding

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During the second day of the Sheridan County Chamber of commerce Legislative Forum, the City of Sheridan Was represented by Mayor John Heath. Mayor Heath explained that he encouraged the legislators to continue providing funds to the state’s municipalities.

Legislative Forum Wraps Up After Day Two

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held their second and final day of the Legislative Forums Thursday. State Senators Dave Kinskey and Bruce Burns, along with Representatives Mike Madden, Mark Kinner, Mark Jennings and Bo Biteman heard 19 presentations from the community.

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