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May 8th, 2017

Flood Advisory in Effect for Sheridan County

The National Weather Service in Billings has issued a flood advisory for Sheridan County through 12:15 pm Wednesday.

Commissioners to Interview Sheriff's Candidates Next Monday

Sheridan County commissioners have scheduled a special meeting at 1 p.m. next Monday, May 15, to interview candidates and select a successor to retiring Sheriff Dave Hofmeier.

Chamber Lunch Program: Summer Is Coming

The May edition of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s monthly luncheons will have a focus on the upcoming tourist season. Ryan Koltiska, Director of Marketing and Communications for the Chamber explains.

Project Graduation Seeking Volunteers

The 22nd Annual Project Graduation will take place on graduation night. According to Marcia(Marsha) Harper, the event is intended to keep the newly graduated Sheridan High Schoolers safe on a high risk night.

Sheridan County Museum’s Casual Conversations in History Set for Wednesday

The Sheridan County Museum will host their Casual Conversations in History program on Wednesday. The program is usually held at the Sheridan Senior Center but according to Museum Director John Woodward, this month’s program will be different.

TV Show Scheduled About Grisly Murder of Mother and Her Two Boys, 37 Years Ago

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Investigation Discovery, a network featuring the solving of horrible crimes, was in Wyoming this past week filming the story about how Virginia Uden and her two sons were murdered in Fremont County 37 years ago.

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming officials say they can't precisely measure prescription painkiller abuse in the state because of inconsistent and incomplete record-keeping.

May 7th

Johnson County Commissioners Award Scholarships

Johnson County's Commissioners have awarded scholarships to seniors in Buffalo and Kaycee to use to help pay for their college educations.

Mayor Makes Proclamation Honoring BHS Champion Team

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson made a proclamation during last week's meeting honoring the LifeSmarts team at Buffalo High School for their recent accomplishment becoming the 2017 Wyoming LifeSmarts Champion.

Tech Company: Why Buffalo Is Appealing For Expansion

Ankur Gopal, owner of INTERAPT, a Kentucky-based technology company exploring the possibility of expanding into Buffalo, spoke to local news outlets last week and discussed why he is interested in Buffalo and Johnson County as possible expansion sites.