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Story Firehouse Will Double As Emergency Shelter

Jerry Prescott (left) and Mike Onstott stand with their 1952 firetruck, which is still fully operational. The team is working on stocking a food supply to the fire house may be used as an emergency shelter. (Photo by Tracee Davis)

The Story Volunteer Fire Department does a lot more than just fight fires.

Buffalo's RMI Success Recognized By State

The City of Buffalo, its businesses and people have apparently made an impression on those that attended the recent Rocky Mountain International Roundup, according to Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis.

Buffalo Council Approves Classic Car Parade

At their May 1 meeting, the Buffalo City Council approved a request for permission to have a classic car parade downtown later this summer.

The classic car parade was requested by Bighorn Tire for their annual Show and Shine Car Show.

JCHC Board Gets Reports On Patient Satisfaction, Donations

The Johnson County Healthcare Center Board of Trustees heard updates on patient satisfaction surveys for the first quarter of 2012 and on donations and memorial contributions during the month of April.

Rabid Bat Found On Coffeen

A bat found in the Perkins parking lot on Coffeen Avenue tested positive for rabies.

Sheridan Community Steps Up For Habitat For Humanity

A local family is in need of the community's help to build a new home to accommodate their handicapped daughter, who became paraplegic after a car accident more than four years ago.

Anti-Abortion Protesters Ruffle Feathers

Anti-abortion protesters demonstrated on Coffeen Avenue for a few hours yesterday afternoon.

Nice Day for a Groundbreaking

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Breaking ground on the Edward A. Whitney Academic Center.

Shovels in hand, officials with Sheridan College, Whitney Benefits, and a couple of State Representatives broke ground on the $15.2 million Edward A. Whitney Academic Center Wednesday. Prior to the ceremonial groundbreaking, Sheridan College President Dr.

Red Grade to Open This Friday Morning

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Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger

It has been anticipated for some time, and Sheridan County officials confirmed it Tuesday, Red Grade Road in Sheridan County will open to vehicle traffic this Friday morning at 8 am. Sheridan County Public Works Director Rod Liesinger.

Sheridan PD Stresses Crosswalk Awareness

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SPD Sergeant Tom Henry

During the last several months, there has been a handful of incidents of pedestrians, either walking or on a bicycle that have been struck by a motorist within a crosswalk. The Sheridan Police Department wants motorists to know a few things concerning crosswalks in Sheridan.

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