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April 2nd, 2015

Buffalo Council Approves Retail Liquor License Application

Buffalo's City Council has approved an application from R.B. Dreams, LLC d/b/a PIE Zanos for a retail liquor license for a bar on site at the soon-to-be opened restaurant in downtown Buffalo.

Thursday 04-02-15

When I'm 64: Taking the Mystery Out of Long-Term Care, Ann Gardner / Sheridan Recreation District, Richard Wright

Police Say Arson Investigation Cooperative Effort

Local police discussed the details of the investigation of the arson case involving the county attorney’s office, recently, with Sheridan Media’s News Director Leslie Stratmoen. Here’s the report.

Historic Mansion Opens for Season

Sheridan’s historic cattle baron mansion reopens for the season. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Chamber Ensemble Performs Tonight

The Sheridan Arts Council is presenting a concert today by Land’s End, a group that’s billed as Canada’s premier classical chamber ensemble.

April 1st

Sentencing Date Pending for Barr

Sentencing is pending for a Sheridan man who has now pleaded guilty to a charge of felony possession of a deadly weapon with unlawful intent.

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

The Advocacy and Resource Center in Sheridan held an open house Wednesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Senator Barrasso Weighs In on Pipeline Project

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We end our series today with U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming by presenting his take on the proposed Keystone XL Pipeline Project. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter files the report.

Sheridan Health Center Receives the 'Big Check'

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Members of the Wyoming Community Foundation, the Sheridan-Johnson Community Foundation, Frackelton's, and Sheridan Media, presented a "big "check" in the amount of $9,886 to representatives with the Sheridan Health Center. The money was raised March 23 during the "Dining for a Cause" event at Frackelton's Restaurant in downtown Sheridan.

(Photo by Ron Richter)

Hospital Board Hears Life Flight Update

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty said a lot of behind-the-scenes work is happening to bring Wyoming Life Flight to Sheridan County.