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September 9th, 2015

City Waits for Century Link’s Response

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After several months of negotiations between the City of Sheridan and Century Link, third reading of an ordinance establishing a franchise agreement between the two was approved Tuesday night by the city council. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has more on the story.

Council Approves Woodland Creek PUD Master Plan

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The City of Sheridan Planning Commission at their August 24 meeting, recommended to the city council, denial of the Woodland Creek PUD Master Plan.

Carriage Adds Twist to Ice Cream Sales

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair interviewed one of the vendors at this year's Don King Days, and took a carriage ride at the same time. She provided the details.

Exciting Things Coming to the Farmers Market

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Today’s Farmers Market will have the familiar vegetable and artisan vendors, but this week will feature a biggest zucchini contest. Zucchinis are known by some to grow into garden giants and if you have one of these in your garden, you are invited to bring it to the market.

Firefighters to Dedicate Special Memorial on Friday

Sheridan's firefighters and Local 276 Firefighters Union will unveil a special memorial on Friday morning as part of the ceremonies that have become an annual observance of Sept. 11, 2001, when jet planes hijacked by al-Qaeda terrorists destroyed the World Trade Center towers in New York City.

Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame to Induct 'Class of 2015'

Two ranchers from Sheridan County and three from Johnson County will be inducted into the Wyoming Cowboy Hall of Fame this month in Casper.

Severe Wildfires Not Increasing in western U.S.

Severe wildfires are not increasing in the dry forests of the western United States.

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Forestry Division Wants Groups To Utilize Grant Funding

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's monthly luncheon was Wednesday at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse, and the topic was Governor Matt Mead's Task Force On Forests and their distribution of grant funding for groups to improve the state's forests.

Mayor Proclaims Suicide Prevention Week, Officers To Get Training

The week of September 7th through the 12th was proclaimed as “Suicide Prevention Week” by Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson, at the city council's last regular meeting.