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September 2nd, 2015

College Offers New Musical Opportunity

Sheridan College’s director of stringed instruments, Dr. Mark Elliot Bergman, plans to introduce an old style of music to Sheridan, which features instruments called viols, but he needs players.

September 2nd

Businessman Presents Inspirational Story of Success

What's been described as an inspirational story about how two University of Wyoming students went from roommates to successful business partners will be shared today during a presentation at the Best Western in Sheridan.

City Administrator Work Session Canceled

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Prior to their last regularly scheduled meeting, the Sheridan City Council held a work session regarding the position of city administrator.

Wasp Traps and Their Effect on New Invasive Species

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Earlier we reported on an invasive species that has made its way to Sheridan recently. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter takes a look at what can be done to control the new wasps in our area.

County Signs Agreement for Airline Revenue Management

Sheridan County commissioners this week signed two agreements that are needed before Denver Air Connection starts commercial air service in Sheridan. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair, who explained the airport lease agreement Wednesday, now has details on the second agreement.

Wyoming Lottery Pays Its Own Way

No tax dollars have been spent on the Wyoming Lottery.

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Buffalo Animal Shelter Offering Spay/Neuter Clinics

The St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo is offering spay/neuter clinics during the next three weeks at the shelter itself.

Buffalo Council Moves Boundary, No Need For Catering Permit

Buffalo's City Council considered a catering permit request from the owners of Up In Smoke to provide food and beer to patrons in the Outback Antiques property, which they also own, during the upcoming Oktoberfest celebration September 26th in downtown Buffalo.

County Approves Property Boundary Adjustment

Johnson County's Commissioners reviewed a request for a property boundary adjustment on parcels of land located off of Trabing Road south of Buffalo.