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March 16th, 2015

County Airport Manager Plans Without Air Service

Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka is starting work on next year's airport budget with one critical difference from this year.

Buffalo Chamber Luncheon To Feature County Officials

This month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce luncheon is scheduled for Wednesday, and will feature the county's elected officials giving reports on their departments and what residents can expect in 2015.

Public Hearing, Decision On Liquor License On City Agenda

Buffalo's City Council will hold a public hearing and then discuss the Retail Liquor License proposed for R.B. Dreams, LLC d/b/a PIE Zanos, located at 17 North Main Street in Buffalo.

A Look Back in Time: March 17, 1915

The Burlington has ordered 50 new locomotives from the Baldwin locomotive works.

Barrasso Says Working on Majority Side's 'Different'

Wyoming’s Republican U.S. Senator John Barrasso described the general makeup of Congress during a recent Public Pulse show, now that the newly elected legislators are in place.

Lottery Launches Cowboy Draw In-State Game

Wyoming’s first in-state lottery game, Cowboy Draw, has been launched, with the first draw scheduled for Monday, then every Monday and Thursday after that at 2 in the afternoon.

North Main Business Burglarized

Sheridan police are investigating a burglary in the 2300 block of North Main Street.

Eleven Arrested In Buffalo Meth Bust

Eleven individuals in Buffalo and Johnson County have been arrested on various drug charges in connection with a six-month joint investigation by the Johnson County Sheriff's Office and the Buffalo Police Department.

Mick McMurry Left Legacy of Good Works

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It would be hard to find anyone in Wyoming who is not reeling from hearing about the death of Mick McMurry, 69, of Casper March 10.

Council to Address Liquor License and Firefighters Contract

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The award of the City’s last retail liquor license and contract negotiations with the local firefighters union are the two main agenda items that will be addressed at tonight’s Sheridan City Council meeting.