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Customer Satisfaction

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Once a month, the Sheridan Police Department mails out random surveys to citizens who’ve had recent contact with the department.

Start-Up Challenge Application Period Ends Soon

The application period for the Wyoming Technology Business Center Sheridan Start-Up Challenge entrepreneurship competition ends a week from today.

Montano Retires After 13 Years at Hub

Stella Montano, who's director of family caregiver services at The Hub on Smith Street, will be retiring next week after 13 years in that position.

The Big Horn Mountains: Steamboat Point

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Views from the top of Steamboat Point in the Big Horn Mountains (Images by Mallary Bumbaca)

County OKs Re-zone, Lot Size Variance

Sheridan County has approved a re-zone of an existing property and a subsequent request for a lot size variance on the same property to accommodate building on the property while still adhering to groundwater protection regulations.

Dancing Cranes

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Sandhill cranes "dancing" in the freshly cut hayfields

Fire Burns 584 Acres Near Pryor on Crow Reservation

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PRYOR — Firefighters contained the 524-acre Roadside 484 fire that sparked Wednesday on the Crow Reservation, according to the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Balloon the Bighorns

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The 3rd annual “Balloon the Bighorns” is set for this upcoming weekend at the Big Horn Equestrian Center.

Grand Opening for UW Engineering and Education Research Building Set for Next Week

Next week the University of Wyoming will be celebrating the grand opening of the new $105 million Engineering Education and Research Building.

Buffalo Council Amending Annexation Rules

Buffalo's City Council approved the first reading of Ordinance No. 1401, which will amend the rules for annexing property into the city once passed on three readings.

Sheridan Commission Denies CUP Application

A Conditional Use Permit, or CUP, originally sent back to the Sheridan County Planning & Zoning Commission by the county commission for additional consideration was denied by the county commissioners at their Tuesday meeting.

Bloedorn Lumber Just Chillin' Sweepstakes Winner

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Merlin Ripley, winner of Bloedorn Lumber Just Chillin' Sweepstakes wins a 50-qt Pelican cooler from Bloedorn Lumber in Sheridan and a high-quality meat bundle from Sackett's Market.

City Council Looking at Adding Additional Work Session

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The Sheridan City Council meets on the first and third Monday of each month, unless one of those days happens to fall on a holiday.

Museum Moves to Fall Hours

The Sheridan County Museum has transitioned to fall hours, as the new hours of operation are now in effect.

Buffalo Council Approves Liquor License Transfer

A transfer of a liquor license request came before Buffalo's City Council during their regular meeting Tuesday.

Johnson County Accepts Contract for TANF Funding

Johnson County's Commissioners accepted a final contract for funding for the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, or TANF Grant on behalf of three agencies providing services in the county.

Sheridan County Accepts FEMA Grant Agreement

The Sheridan County Commission voted to accept a Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, grant agreement for funding from the State Office of Homeland Security.

Assessment Activities Start at Acme Plant

Contractors have started assessment activities at the site of the former Acme Power Plant.

Harvest Hoedown Fundraiser September 8

This year's Harvest Hoedown, put on by St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Buffalo, will be Sunday, September 8th at Crazy Woman Square in Buffalo.

Don King Brings Crowds to Equestrian Center

Tents and chairs covered the grounds around the Big Horn Equestrian Center clubhouse Sunday, and cars were lined up at the entrance to the center as hundreds of people came out for this year's Don King Days.