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March 18th, 2015

Johnson County Elected Officials Speak At Chamber Lunch

The elected officials from Johnson County spoke briefly at this month's Chamber Luncheon, sponsored by the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.

County's Facilities Manager Gets Contract For Services

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their Tuesday meeting, awarded the Contract For Services for Construction Management on the Library Expansion Project to Kim Glasgow, who is also the County Facilities Manager.

Council OKs 'Almost Final' Payment For Burritt Street Project

Buffalo's City Council approved the final payment to Powder River Construction for the Burritt Street Reconstruction project that was substantially completed last fall.

A Look Back in Time: March 19, 1915

Hundreds of people attended the spring opening at the New York Store last night.

Health Center Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Health Center Celebrates 10th Anniversary,
With Open House, Frackelton's Fundraiser

Cathi Kindt of the Sheridan Health Center stopped by today's Morning Show to talk with Host Bob Grammens and News Director Leslie Stratmoen about the upcoming Dining for a Cause fundraiser at Frackelton's restaurant in Sheridan.

March 17th

One-Cent Recipient Work Sessions Begin

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Four non-profit agencies in Sheridan that receive funding from the city’s optional one-cent sales tax gave presentations to the City Council Monday during a work session. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Appointment and Removal Ordinance Approved

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When the Sheridan City Council approved the job description for the Finance and Administrative Services Director earlier this year, the position didn’t fall under State Statute as one that could be appointed by the mayor with council’s consent.

Sheridan CFO Applicant Pool Narrowed to Five

The City of Sheridan is in the process of hiring a chief financial officer to replace city clerk/interim treasurer Scott Badley.

Commissioners Draw Thanks from Local Farmer

A Sheridan County farmer thanked county commissioners this week for their support of locally grown foods.

County Assessments Show Gain Over '05

Sheridan County Assessor Paul Fall says values in the county overall were nearly 3 percent higher in 2014 than in 2005.