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December 25th

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 26, 1914

One of the most delightful social events of the holiday season was given this afternoon.

Powder River Basin Groundwater Report Available

The Bureau of Land Management Buffalo Field Office recently released an updated report on coalbed and natural gas regional groundwater monitoring done in 2013.

Enzi Optimistic About New Year

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With 2014 coming to an end, and the new year just around the corner, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi recently expressed his optimism that the new Senate majority in the 114th Congress would bring real progress on important issues.

December 24th

Property Owners Responsible for Snow Removal

Failure to remove snow from sidewalks in front of your property could cost a Sheridan property owner more than $100 in fines and a court appearance.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 25, 1914

Mrs. Kate Freeman hosted a breakfast this morning. The event was at 10:30.

December 23rd

Wyoming News

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Broncs Wrestlers host two big events January 2nd and 3rd / Pokes and Cowgirls open MWC play New Years eve

BRONC WRESTLING - The holiday break has begun the next live event in Sheridan will take place at Sheridan high school January 2nd and 3rd with the Sheridan Bronc wrestlers hosting duals with three Wyoming school s and the 2nd annual Border War duals with the big three school in Billings.

Buffalo Seniors Notified Center Closed Christmas Day, Redirected to Church Dinner

The senior center in Buffalo will be open today, providing regular services with a revised schedule, then will close on Christmas Day.

Building Inspector: No New Houses, Remodel Numbers Holding

City of Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades recently gave his report to the city council, saying new housing starts had come to a halt and roofing projects have halted for the winter as well but other projects are still going on.

Board Re-appointments Addressed By County Commissioners

A number of board re-appointments were discussed and some approved by the Johnson County Commissioners during their last meeting of December.