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May 4th, 2015

Revisit History With the Sheridan Chronicles

What well-known Sheridan dentist saved Fort Mackenzie, and what Wyoming newspaper editor made dire predictions when Sheridan County organized?

Sheridan is in the Running for “Best Town”

Sheridan is once again in the running to be named “America’s Best Town”, but whether or not it happens is up to you. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Holy Name to Host Dinner to Raise Funds for Student

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Holy Name Catholic School is asking the community to come out for a spaghetti dinner on Friday to help a young student and her family through a very trying time.

City Attorney, Building Inspector's Reports To Buffalo Council

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven, during his report to the city council at their last meeting, said he had finally secured all of the necessary easements for the South Water Tank and Pipeline Project.
He has turned the project over to Nelson Engineering who will now oversee the project.

Buffalo City Council To Work Through Busy Agenda Tuesday

Buffalo's City Council will have a busy agenda to work through at their regular Tuesday afternoon meeting.

In addition to regular reports from the department heads, the council will have third reading on the ordinance pertaining to firefighter's compensation.

New Life Jacket Loaner Program Coming To Lake DeSmet

During the Johnson County Board of Health's quarterly report to the county commissioners during their last regular meeting, Robin King, Johnson County Safe Kids Coordinator with the Public Health Office, presented an idea to expand their efforts to help keep kids safe on the water at Lake DeSmet.

A Look Back in Time: May 5, 1915

Today is Bill Guyer's birthday, and in honor of the occasion, his wife, who is presently in California, sent him a box of fruit and ripe olives.

City Council Discusses MOU with County, Approves Removal of Parking Restriction

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During Monday night’s meeting, the Sheridan City Council was updated on the progress of an amended Memorandum of Understanding (or MOU) between the city and Sheridan County that outlines the process of transferring streets from the county to the city.

Cowboy State is Known Far and Wide for “Firsts”

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Most everyone in Wyoming and across the nation knows about the two biggest “firsts” that occurred here – Yellowstone National Park being the first national park in the world in 1872 and the granting of women the right to vote in 1869 in Wyoming territory.

Crash on I-90 Claims the Life of Ranchester Woman

33-year-old Ashley Peterson of Ranchester died Saturday from injuries sustained in a one-vehicle crash on Interstate-90 south of Sheridan.