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March 17th, 2015

“Creating Happiness One Arrow at a Time”

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Archery with a purpose, that’s what Eric Nations is doing through Nationswide Sports, a new archery facility in Sheridan. Located on Broadway, Nations says archery is a great way to reach out to the youth of the community.

App to Streamline Community Infrastructure Reporting

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Sheridan is making reporting potholes and other infrastructure issues much easier with use of a smartphone app. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

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Johnson County Backing Critical Air Service For Sheridan

Buffalo and Johnson County also took notice of the recent announcement that Great Lakes Airlines will be ceasing operations at the Sheridan Airport.

Library Expansion Groundbreaking Ceremony Monday

Johnson County Library Director Cynthia Twing invited the Buffalo City Council, Johnson County Commissioners, and yhe public to the groundbreaking ceremony that is scheduled for next Monday, March 23rd at 3pm.

'Stars Of Tomorrow' Contest This Sunday In Buffalo

This year's “Star's Of Tomorrow” contest for Buffalo and Johnson County participants will be presented this Sunday, March 22 at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

A Look Back in Time: March 18, 1915

The Sheridan High School debate team will meet the Custer County High School team from Miles City tomorrow night.

County Approves Dust Suppressant Contract

Sheridan County commissioners approved a contract for dust suppressant on county roads, authorized purchase of land in Dayton and approved a lease for a flight school at the county airport during their meeting this morning.

Food Expo, Sustainability Forum Announced at Meeting

An upcoming Local Food Expo and Ranch Sustainability Forum were announced at this week's meeting of the Ag and Natural Resources Committee.

Game Officials Want Hunters' Input for Setting Seasons

A season setting open house will be held Monday at the state Game and Fish office in Sheridan.