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Taste of Home: Meet Renee Morgan

Who would have thought that someone who started school for music, would end up with a degree in culinary arts? That is just what happened to Renee Morgan, the culinary expert that will host Sheridan’s Taste of Home Cooking School.

Your IT Questions Answered

Your IT Questions were answered Wednesday during the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s luncheon at the Sheridan Holiday Inn, as Ptolemy Data Systems had several IT professionals on hand. The team that included Ptolemy’s CEO Ryan Mulholland tackled the some of the most asked IT questions.

Last 3rd Thursday Street Festival is this Week

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This week between 5 and 9 pm, downtown Sheridan will be the site of the last 3rd Thursday street festival of the year.

Coffee with a Cop at Andi’s

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In April, the Sheridan Police Department started their “Coffee with a Cop” program, which is a national initiative aimed at connecting police officers with those within the community.

House District 51 Candidate Talks Education Budget

Democratic Candidate for House District 51 Hollis Hackman of Sheridan recently appeared on our news talk show Public Pulse.

Wyoming News Update

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Sugar Bars Sale This Sunday in Sheridan

The 14th annual Sugar Bars Legacy Sale will be held Sunday in the stone pavilion at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds in Sheridan.

Tongue River Valley Moves Forward With Pipeline Plans

If all goes according to plans, a pipeline to bring natural gas to Ranchester and Dayton could be in operation in 2018.

City Works: Lobban Project Behind Schedule

The Lobban Avenue reconstruction Project is roughly a month or so behind schedule, according to Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook, who made the announcement to the city council during their last meeting.

Wednesday Is Final Buffalo Farmers Market

The Buffalo Downtown Association will have its final Farmers Market this evening at Crazy Woman Square downtown.

BDA Director Sharon Nadeau said the markets were originally scheduled until the end of September, but the vendors decided to shut them down two weeks early

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