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April 28th, 2015

Financial Audit Discussed at Joint Powers Board Meeting

Trustees of the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board, referred to as SEEDA, held a quarterly meeting Tuesday at Sheridan College in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

SEEDA Receives First Light Quarterly Report

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The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board received a quarterly report from First Light Children’s Center Executive Director Maureen Metcalf Tuesday.

County Airport Not in Jeopardy

Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka says a team of business people are working diligently to secure a new commercial air carrier for the county.

Love Honored For His Community Efforts

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Sheridan Media’s owner Kim Love was recently recognized for his tireless efforts to help the Sheridan Community in many different facets. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Keystone Event Raises $53K for Senior Center

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Around $53,500 was raised during the annual Keystone Awards. Senior Center Director of Development Rindy West said the awards show is a way to raise money for the center’s programs and activities and to honor those in the community for their efforts to make Sheridan a better place to live.

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Conservation Easement Closer To Transfer

The Meadow Wood Ranch Conservation Easement held by Johnson County will soon be one step closer to becoming overseen by the Wyoming Stockgrowers Land Trust after they inventory the property this weekend, according to the county commissioners, who discussed the issue at their last meeting.

Buffalo's Firefighter Compensation Ordinance Passes Second Read

An ordinance introduced earlier this month that will better compensate Buffalo's volunteer firefighters was passed on second reading at the last city council meeting.

Buffalo Council Approves Health Insurance Renewal

Buffalo's City Council approved renewing their Employee Health Plan for another year, with three employee plan options, two existing plans and one new this year.

A Look Back in Time: April 29, 1915

Sparks from a fire that started in dead grass near the end of North Main Street destroyed five empty train cars on the fort line.