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April 15th, 2015

Buffalo Chamber: Longmire Days Back This Summer

After A&E Network decided not to renew the Longmire Television Series last summer, there was doubt as to whether the Fourth Annual Longmire Days celebration would happen this summer or not.

Kinskey, Madden Speak To Buffalo School Board

State Senator Dave Kinskey of Sheridan and State Representative Mike Madden of Buffalo stopped by the Johnson County School Board meeting Monday night to update the board and others attending on this year's Legislative session and preview what they feel everyone can expect at next year's session.

Buffalo Council Approves Partial Vacation Of Subdivision

The Buffalo City Council approved a partial vacation of the Bison Meadows Subdivision, at the request of the landowner, and on the recommendation of the Planning and Zoning Commission.

A Look Back in Time: April 16, 1915

F.W. Cooper, superintendent of the fish hatchery at Story is in Sheridan today to receive 100,000 steel head trout eggs shipped here from Oregon.

National Weather Service Offers Storm Spotter Training

A class is coming up in Sheridan for anyone who wants to be an official storm spotter. Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Spring Clean-up of City Streets, Parks Has Begun

Spring clean-up of city street and parks has begun in Sheridan. Leslie Stratmoen has the update.

City's ‘One Stop Shop’ is Coming Along

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Late last year the City of Sheridan began an initiative to improve customer service at City Hall. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter hasthe details.

Pikas Studied as Models to Avoid Temperature Stress

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University of Wyoming researchers are studying pikas as model organisms for avoiding temperature stress. A pika is a small mammal that is closely related to rabbits and hares.

Wyoming FFA Elects New State Officers

A new team of students took over leadership of the Wyoming FFA Association, as the 2015-2016 State FFA Officers were elected at the annual Wyoming State FFA Convention in Cheyenne on April 11.

April 14th

District 1 Celebrates New Elementary School

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees, administrators, staff, teachers and students joined Ranchester, Dayton and state officials at the site of the new Tongue River Elementary School in Ranchester on Tuesday afternoon.