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A Look Back in Time: March 20, 1914

At least 70 men attended last evening's meeting of the Sheridan Commercial Club at the Great Western Hotel.

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Police Investigate Vandalism Spree

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The Sheridan Police Department is investigating a number of cases of vandalism that have occurred in Sheridan during the last couple of months. Sheridan Police Sgt. Travis Koltiska says that the various forms of graffiti continue to show up around town.

Economic Development Board Hires Broker

The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board recently put out a request for qualifications for brokers to market property they own. SEEDA has contracted with E-R-A Carroll Realty after receiving proposals from four different brokers.

District #2 on Their Way Out

A local joint powers board amended their user agreement Wednesday to allow for one of the participating agencies to withdraw from the board. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

State Of The Chamber: Busy With a Touch Of Fun

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Hosted this month's Chamber Luncheon which featured themselves discussing what they have been up tp the last few years, and what they will be focusing on in coming years.

Buffalo Council Gets Update On Library Project

Johnson County Library Director Cynthia Twing and Assistant Director Mary Rhoades gave a presentation to the Buffalo City Council this week to update them on the status of the library's expansion project.

Three Groups Ask County Backing For TANF Grants

Three groups, the Buffalo Children's Center, CASA of the Bighorns, and the Boys' and Girls' Club of the Bighorns all came before the Johnson County Commissioners at their meeting this week to d=seek backing for them to pursue funding through the State's TANF, or Temporary Assistant For Needy Families Grant.

Police Want Help Finding Vandals

Crimestopper Release: Sheridan Police Department

Fair Board Meets

Representatives of the 4-H Dog Program and for the proposed Demolition Derby in October are expected at tomorrow night's air Association trustees meeting.

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