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Budget Session Covers Water, Sewer and Solid Waste Funds

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The latest City of Sheridan budget work session Wednesday highlighted the funding mechanisms for the solid waste department and the water and sewer fund, which is part of the utilities division.

City Passes Appropriation Bill on First Reading

Buffalo City Council

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, passed the appropriations bill, or annual budget, on first reading.

Mayor Randy Dyess gave some highlights on Ordinance No. 1371.

Chamber Awards Given At Luncheon

Chamber Board President Nick Smith, Rachel McCaughey and Angela Jarvis give the Chamber Awards out during a luncheon Wednesday.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce had their annual Chamber Awards Luncheon Wednesday, to recognize chamber members for various accomplishments.

Commission Receives VOA Quarterly Report

Volunteers of America representatives gave their quarterly report to the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting.

Company Looks to Open Coal Mine Near Sheridan

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(AP) - A Kentucky-based company says it is preparing to open a new coal mine northwest of Sheridan in 2016. The Brook Mine would be located on 14,500 acres of private and state land between Sheridan and Ranchester.

A Look Back in Time: May 28, 1914

County Clerk Floyd has received a letter from the state penitentiary warden that the county will receive convict labor this summer. The county clerk requested 20 convicts to work on the Tongue River Canyon road.

Senior Center Plans Activities

The Sheridan Senior Center is on Smith Road. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The outdoor activities program for senior citizens starts next week. Jane Perkins is the activities director for the Sheridan Senior Citizens Center.

Sheridan Tourism Office Takes On Welcome Role

Tourism staffers might recommend that a visitor see a show on the grounds of the Trail End historic site. (Stock Photo)

The manner in which staffers of the Sheridan Travel and Tourism organization promote the area has changed a bit since the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce moved its offices from the visitor’s center on Fifth Street to downtown.

Big Game Management Meetings Continue

The wild animals are foraging near town. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

State wildlife officials continue meetings today to discuss management objectives for big game herds in the Sheridan region.

Boys, Girls Club Starts Programs

Courtesy of Boys and Girls Club of Big Horns Website

The Johnson County Boys and Girls Club of the Big Horns is taking it to the streets in the coming months, as they participate in a new program.

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