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Council Gets Update On Plans From YMCA

Buffalo's City Council heard updates from the Johnson County Family YMCA on their latest plans for the city-owned archery building that the “Y” will be renovating for their use, and also on possible plans to use Prosinski Park for a future YMCA facility.

Johnson County Awards Service Contract

Johnson County's Commissioners awarded a year-long service contract to Powder River Heating and Air Conditioning of Buffalo for just under $28,500.

A Look Back in Time: April 13, 1915

R.A. Keenan has applied to Sheridan's city council for a 25-year franchise for a central heating plant.

Tribute Paid to Legislator

Some of the friends and state colleagues who attended the memorial service. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Music and memories paid tribute to the late State Rep. John Patton in services Saturday afternoon at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Sheridan.

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Looking for ‘Signs of Spring’

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Science Saturday found young explorers trekking down the trail looking for signs of Spring. Worms, spiders, tiny eggs had kids up close to nature and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott joined them and brings us this story.

A Look Back in Time: April 12, 1915

Homesteads have been filed on more than 8,000 acres of land in Sheridan County over the last three days.

Patton Remembered in Services

More than 200 people attend services for John Patton. (Photo by Pat Blair)

More than 200 family, friends and colleagues of the late State Rep. John Patton filled St. Peter's Episcopal Church on Saturday afternoon for memorial services.

Health Officials: 'Deadliest' Flu Season in Years Comes to a Close in Wyoming

The three-dimensional structure of influenza virus from electron tomography. The vaccines made available for the recent flu season did not work on H3N2 Virus, according to health officials, leading to a more deadly flu season in Wyoming. (Courtesy Photo).

As a long and severe flu season winds down across the state, Wyoming Department of Health representatives say at least 26 resident deaths have been linked to influenza across the state since October.

Sheridan College Student Earns Trip to Play in Nashville

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Miles McKee. (Courtesy Photo)

Sheridan College music student Miles McKee recently played saxophone at the College Band Directors National Association convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

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