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Lummis Stands Up for Powder River Basin Coal

U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis

U.S. Representatives Cynthia Lummis, Wyoming, and Denny Rehbrg, Montana, both big supporters of Powder River Basin coal production, earned the backing of bipartisan members of Congress in a letter to the Army Corps of Engineers and the Department of the Interior, urging them to reject calls of an unprecedented expansion of environmental reviews for coal exports.

Buffalo To MDU: Fix Alleyways Or We Will Bill You

Buffalo's City Council heard a report from City Attorney Ben Kirven that he had drafted a letter to Montana-Dakota Utilities (MDU) informing them that the city would like to see their crews implementing repairs to alleyways and streets that have been torn up due to utility work performed by the comp

Relay for Life

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Survivor lap at the Relay for Life Friday night.

Friday night at the Normative Services track, west of Sheridan, the annual Relay for Life fundraiser was held, raising money in the fight against cancer.

Seventeen teams participated and close to 40-thousand dollars was raised. Coordinator Nicole Marron

Mine Manager Talks Decker Coal

Mine Manager Talks Decker Coal

The Decker Coal mine, located about 35 miles northeast of Sheridan, has been in operation for 40 years and at one time was the largest coal mine in the state of Montana.

Teen Curfews Are All About Keeping Kids Safe

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Teen Curfews Are All About Keeping Kids Safe

Thursday we reported on the various curfews in the City of Sheridan for kids under the age of 14, and those 14 to 18. Today we'll hear from Sheridan Police Officer Dan White on exactly why curfews are needed.

Buffalo Council OKs Design Phase For NW Water Pipeline

At their meeting Tuesday, the Buffalo City Council agreed to sign an agreement to begin the design phase of the NW Water Pipeline Project.

Community-Wide Garage Sale Saturday In Buffalo

Trinkets and treasures...YAY!

The annual Community-Wide Garage Sale, organized by the Buffalo Bulletin, will be this Saturday in at least 20 locations in and around town.

Johnson County Approves Recommended Board Appointments

At their meeting Tuesday, the johnson County Commissioners approved a number of people recommended to serve on various boards in the county.

Mead Requesting More Public Comment Time on Proposed Fracking Rules

Mead Requesting More Public Comment Time on Proposed Fracking Rules

In a media release issued by Governor Matt Mead's Office, it states that the Governor is asking Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, to extend the comment period on proposed hydraulic fracturing rules.

First of the Summer Third Thursday

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Shoe Shine Boy, seven year-old Coye Gregory

It was the first Third Thursday Street Festival of the summer and close to 3000 folks showed up to shop, eat, and visit with old friends in downtown historic Sheridan. Main Street was blocked off to all but foot traffic and vendors displaying their wares.

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