Buffalo Council Approves Funds For Spraying Fire Area

West Range Fire. File photo by Aaron Palmer.

The Buffalo City Council approved a request for funds from Johnson County Weed and Pest for spraying cheat grass on the West Range Fire area that burned last November just west of Buffalo.

A Look Back in Time: April 20, 1915

The city council in a meeting this afternoon consolidated the offices of the city clerk and water commissioner.

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

Commissioners to Interview Legislative Nominees

Ballots are handed out at the precinct committee meeting. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County commissioners will interview Mark Kinner, Ryan Mulholland and Patrick Geary at 2 o'clock Monday, to choose a new state representative from the county's House District 29.

A Look Back in Time: April 19, 1915

O.P. Hanna, formerly of Sheridan, is in the city from Long Beach, California, where he has been for the past year and a half.

Saturday SHS Soccer

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Some photos from Saturday's SHS soccer game. (photos by Judy Hagerott)

Wyoming Grasslands the Focus of Traveling Exhibit

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Johnson Ranch, Carbon County by Willy Sutton. (Courtesy Photo)

Photographers Michael P. Berman and William S. Sutton will be sharing their love of the beautiful and vast Wyoming landscape as part of the "Wyoming Grasslands" traveling exhibit.

I-80 Expected to Reopen Today after Multiple Vehicle Pile Up

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(Courtesy of WYDOT)

Update: I-80 is now completely open, according to WYDOT online road conditions.

Tonight's Last Night for Captain Bree and Her Pirates

The children’s play, “Captain Bree and Her Lady Pirates,” ends its run tonight at the high school auditorium in Buffalo.

Rolston Excited About Wildlife Task Force Appointment

Sheridan County Commissioner Bob Rolston shared his thoughts Thursday about his appointment to the state’s Fish and Wildlife Resources Task Force that was announced by Gov. Matt Mead earlier in the week.