After half a century, the Historic Sheridan Inn on Broadway Street again resounds with voices in the rooms and hallways, the busy sounds of guests arriving and staff at work.
Whit Hibbard says the way a livestock producer handles his animals can make or break his operation.
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Buffalo's City Council will have their last regular meeting for May this afternoon, working through a busy agenda.
A vacation of an unused city-owned alleyway in the Mountain View Addition to the city will be considered.
Buffalo's City Works Director Les Hook, during his report to the city council at their last meeting, said the State Engineer's Office was looking at Buffalo for the site for a training session for engineers.
The Johnson County Commissioner's Scholarships were awarded by the commissioners at their meeting May 18th.
Work is in progress for construction of a city house on the site of the old city pound.
A public hearing was held at Monday night’s Sheridan City Council meeting on the transfer of retail liquor license No. 12 from Spencer and Stephanie Willey to Good 2 Go Stores LLC.
May’s deadline for applications for elk, deer and antelope licenses has been extended this year to the first of next month.
Today the community came out to dine at Frackelton’s, located in downtown Sheridan, to support another Dining for a Cause event that benefits the Sheridan Public Arts Committee.