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City of Sheridan Looks to Expand Pathways This Year

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The City of Sheridan will do some extensive work ont he pathway through South Park this year.

Expanding the pathways north and south is something that the City of Sheridan will continue to work on this summer.

Buffalo Assessment Finds Strengths, Weaknesses

The Buffalo Community Assessment took place Wednesday and Thursday, and concluded with a public meeting where the findings of the assessment team were shared.

City Approves Amendment to JPB Agreement

Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery

The Buffalo City Council voted to approve an amendment to the Joint Powers Board Agreement, after discussions at their meeting Tuesday night.

Jim Gatchell Museum Opens Saturday For Season

Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo will celebrate their Grand Opening for 2011 this Saturday, May 7th with free admission, free refreshments, sales on items in the gift shop, and new exhibits.

Traffic Signal at 5th and Val Vista is Out

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WYDOT Public Involvement Specialist Ronda Holwell

To add to what is an already congested area of the City right now, the traffic signal at the intersection of 5th Street and Val Vista in Sheridan was knocked out Thursday by a truck.

Sheridan Man Sentenced for Sexual Abuse of a Minor

A Sheridan man was sentenced to 17-20 years in prison Thursday in District Court.

55-year-old Sheridan resident Curtis Scheckla was sentenced in 4th Judicial District Court Thursday on the charge of 2nd Degree Sexual Abuse of a Minor.

Sheridan College to Broadcast Commencement Ceremony

Commencement Ceremonies at Sheridan College are slated for Saturday, May 7th in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome.

The 62nd Sheridan College Commencement Ceremony will be held this Saturday, May 7th, beginning at 1 o'clock at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome, and for those who are not able to attend in person, the college will be broadcasting the event on Bresnan Cable Channel 21.

Governor Mead: Wyoming Continues to Work Towards Resolution for Wolf Management

Governor Mead says Wyoming will continue to work towards a resolution for wolf management.

The Obama Administration announced Wednesday that it will take 5,500 wolves off the endangered list in eight states in the Northern Rockies and Great Lakes. The move will turn control over the predators to state wildlife agencies. Public hunts for hundreds of wolves already are planned this fall in Idaho and Montana.

Buffalo Council Discusses Equipment for Justice Center

Buffalo Police Chief Mike Chapman

Buffalo's City Council, at their meeting Tuesday, discussed new radio consoles and new computers for the new justice center that is under construction.

Jo Co Loans Money to Kaycee

Johnson County Commissioners

The Johnson County Commissioners voted Tuesday to loan the Town of Kaycee money to purchase a compactor trailer and a “tub” to complete their garbage transfer station that will serve the town and southern Johnson County.