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November 29th, 2013

Zoning public meetings set for next week

Public meetings to gather input on the draft zoning regulations compiled by the planning and zoning commission have been set for next week in both Buffalo and Kaycee.

Sheridan College in Johnson County raises 34K for endowment

Sheridan College in Johnson County has raised more than $34,500 to use for a scholarship endowment.

Movember Johnson County has dual winners

Buffalo's third annual Movember Mustache Gala Party happened Tuesday evening at the Occidental Hotel, and this year, two individuals tied for the title of “Mr. Movember.”

Mr. Movember(s) Johnson County

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Arnie Griffith and Paxton Cotant were named co-Mr. Movember Johnson County at a party Tuesday in Buffalo. The events throughout the month urge men to become more aware of their health issues and take steps to better their health.

UW Proceeding With Sternberg's House Renovations

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LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) - The University of Wyoming is proceeding with more than $255,000 in renovations to a house it rents to former UW President Bob Sternberg. Sternberg had requested roughly $163,000 in renovations to the house.

November 27th

State Engineer may inspect Tie Hack Dam

Buffalo City Works Director Les Hook told the city council at their last meeting that he had received notification from the Wyoming State Engineer's Office that they would like to perform inspections on dams in the state.

Horse Show Wins Become Family Affair

A horse training couple from Sheridan found themselves in the winners circle this month.

Here's Pat Blair with the story.

Wednesday 11-27-13

Senior Center - Care & Care Giving

Museum Benefits from Holiday Event

A holiday dinner and meeting planned by the Sheridan County Historical Society will be held Thursday night, Dec. 5, at the Sheridan Center. The event begins at 5:30, with a silent auction to benefit the Sheridan County Museum.

School Recreation District Meets Next Week

A work session has been planned for Sheridan County School District 1.

Pat Blair has the report.