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U.S. 14A Closes For Season

(Photo courtesy of WYDOT)

Crews from the Wyoming Department of Transportation are preparing to close US 14A west of Burgess Junction for the winter at noon Monday, November 18.

Buffalo Reviewing, Changing Animal Ordinances

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven spoke to the city council, reminding them he had distributed to them copies of the latest changes to the Ordinances pertaining to animals within the city limits.

Students Make Donation to Hospital Foundation

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SHS marketing class students along with teacher Kathleen Pilch presented a check to officials with the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation Friday morning at the Welch Cancer Center. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Students from the marketing class at Sheridan High School made a special donation Friday morning. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter was there and has the
story.

Transportation Study Results Unveiled

Results from a study of public transportation needs in Sheridan County will be reviewed during two public meetings next week.

Expert Details Obamacare Costs, Coverage

Wyoming Insurance Commissioner Tom Hirsig -- Photo by Pat Blair

Depending on income and what plan is chosen, a Wyoming family of four could pay a little less than $7,900 a year for insurance under the Affordable Health Care Act.

Board OKs Fairgrounds Lot Improvements

The Sheridan County Fair Association Trustees approved $85,000 in improvements to the Exhibit Hall parking lot last night, including rotomilling, curb and gutter and drainage.

Commission Backs Clear Creek Grant

The Kaycee/Buffalo/Johnson County Economic Development Joint Powers Board is in the process of writing an application for a grant to begin the renovations at the old Clear Creek School Building.

Recycling Board Wants More Participation

The Buffalo/Johnson County Recycling Board wants to see more participation not only from citizens of Buffalo and Johnson County, but is pushing both city and county government to back recycling efforts.

First Buffalo Button Strut Saturday

Angela Jarvis

Saturday the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce and participating businesses will have the first Buffalo Button Strut, the first event to kick off the Holiday shopping season.

Water Treatment Plant Upgrades Continue

In 1993, the public drinking water in Milwaukee, Wisconsin was infiltrated with cryptosporidium, a waterborne germ that causes diarrhea in humans and can be fatal in certain situations. 104 people died as a result of the contamination, and over 400,000 residents became ill.

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