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February 23rd, 2015

Buffalo's State Of City Address Scheduled For Wednesday

Buffalo's Annual State of the City Address is scheduled for this month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse this Wednesday, February 25th beginning at noon.

Buffalo Council OK's Bus Shelter At Senior Center

The Buffalo City Council has approved a request from the Buffalo Senior Center to allow them to build a bus shelter on the city-owned property they occupy.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 24, 1915

The Sheridan Building and Loan Association loaned approximately $10,000 at the monthly meeting last night, on 69 shares of stock.

Canby Street Fire Still Under Investigation

The cause of a fire that damaged a house on Canby Street in Sheridan early this morning remains under investigation.

Lost Snowmobilers Found

A father and son who became lost while snowmobiling in the Big Horn Mountains were found late this morning in the Garden of the Gods area after a nearly 12-hour search.

Missing Father, Son Found

BREAKING NEWS: A deputy with the Sheridan County Sheriff's Office has confirmed that a father and son who were missing in the mountains overnight have been found. Stay tuned to Sheridan Media for details.

Trilogy of Statewide Coffee Table Books? Next Book About State History

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As of this writing, more than 21,000 of our Wyoming-themed coffee table books are in circulation, a figure that completely staggers my imagination.

And thanks to all of you who bought these books. 

Today’s Dining for Cause Benefits High School Project

Sheridan High School’s activities director says today is a big day.

February 22nd

Behind the Scenes Saturday

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Saturday morning was the first of three monthly “Behind the Scenes Saturdays” to be held at the Sheridan County Museum until the museum opens the first of May. Museum Director John Woodward explains.

The Human Side of World War II

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Local historian Val Burgess of Sheridan shared the human side of the prisoners of war of World War II in her presentation at the Big Horn City Historical Society’s February meeting. Part of her continuing research includes a suitcase filled with letters, thanking Cora Reed.