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Pipeline Project Addresses Statewide Problem

Efforts to bring natural gas service to the Dayton/Ranchester area has morphed into a state problem, Ranchester Mayor-elect Peter Clark said this week.

Clearmont Seeks Help For 'Bad Water'

Clearmont town officials are seeking help from the state in finding a way to reduce sodium levels in the town's water supply.

Seats Available for Senior Center Thanksgiving Dinner

About 50 tickets are left for Thursday's Thanksgiving dinner at the Sheridan Senior Center, but must be spoken for by 5 today, either reserved or picked-up.

Crash Closes Road Tuesday Night, But All Clear Today

Weather related crashes closed Interstate 90 near Sheridan Tuesday night for a few hours. Ronda Holwell of the Wyoming Department of Transportation stopped by the Sheridan Media station this morning to give us the report.

Man Arrested for Child Endangerment, Drug Possession

A home search in Sheridan Tuesday night conducted on a report of child endangerment due to drug use led to the arrest of a Sheridan man.

Council, Planner Discuss Draft Sign Ordinance

At their last meeting, Buffalo's City Council and City Planning Director Lynn Barrett discussed the Draft Sign Ordinance and an upcoming meeting to gain public input on the Ordinance.

Buffalo Council Approves Liquor License Renewals

Buffalo's City Council approved the renewal applications for Liquor Licenses for businesses within the city limits at their last council meeting.

Still Time To Help Local Food Pantry For Thanksgiving

The Bread Of Life Food Pantry in Buffalo will typically serve anywhere from 150 to 175 Thanksgiving meals every year, so the need in the community is there, some years more so than in others.

Ironworks Helps Sheridan Build

The Sheridan Iron Works provided approximately 150 tons of steel, iron, sheet metal and other heavy structural material for Sheridan's new high school on Lewis Street.

Forward Sheridan and Commodity Transport

A economic development group out of Sheridan went before our local legislators Tuesday at a forum at Sheridan City Hall. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

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