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Police Chief Adriaens Updates City Council on Budgets

Budget costs for the Sheridan Police Department and Communications are slightly up do to personnel costs in the next fiscal year. Sheridan Police Chief Rich Adriaens updated the Sheridan City Council at a work session on Thursday.

Project Graduation Needs Volunteers

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Project Graduation Treasurer Marcia Harper (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Project Graduation, now in its 20th-year, is a drug-free, alcohol-free party for graduating seniors of Sheridan and Fort Mackenzie high schools and home-schooled graduates. It will once again take place from 9pm to 3am Sunday May 29 in the Early Building at Sheridan Junior High School.

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Leather Trade Show Under Way in Sheridan

The annual Rocky Mountain Leather Trade Show will be open to the public this weekend at Sheridan's Holiday Inn.

A Look Back in Time: May 19, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on May 19, 1916.

Buffalo Community Members Honored At Chamber Lunch

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce honored community members at their annual Chamber Award Luncheon on Wednesday.

The luncheon is an opportunity for the chamber to recognize individuals and businesses that donate time and resources to the chamber and their events, as voted on by the people in the community.

Work to Start This Summer on North Main Interchange

Sheridan residents check out maps showing work to start this summer on North Main Interchange. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The first phase of the North Main Street interchange project, which is the grading and dirt work for the new interchange, will start this summer.

Sheridan High School Art Show and Artist Reception

Paintings, drawings, photos and more were on display Wednesday night at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library as Sheridan High School art students had their reception.

New Overtime Pay Rules Announced By Obama Administration

Overtime pay protections will be extended to over 4 million workers within the first year of its implementation if President Obama and Labor Secretary Perez’s publication of the U.S. Department of Labor’s final rule on overtime regulations becomes effective.

Opposing Groups to Rally at Federal Coal Hearing

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Belle Ayr mine

WyoFile.com - Both pro- and not-so-pro coal advocates gather in Casper today as Department of Interior officials take public comment on a pending review of the federal coal leasing program.

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