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October 12th, 2015

Kaycee Mayor Reports On Town's Completed Street Project

Kaycee Mayor Tom Knapp came to the last Johnson County Commissioner's meeting to report to them the status of the street project in the small town south of Buffalo in southern Johnson County.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 13, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Oct. 13, 1915.

Building Inspector: No Leaves In Streets, Storm Drains

Buffalo City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades, during his report to the city council at their last meeting, asked residents, now that fall has arrived and leaves have begun to fall, that residents not rake or blow their leaves from their yards into the street.

October 11th

Representative Berger Says War on Coal Affecting Budget

With the state of Wyoming under a budget crunch and the governor putting a freeze on any new hires, it was no surprise that one of the topics presented by State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn to the Republican women’s caucus gathered recently in Sheridan was the war on coal and how it’s aff

State May Become Involved in System Transfer

As reported earlier, the attorney for the county rural water system board has raised questions regarding a proposal that the city of Sheridan assume ownership of the system. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair provides more information.

First Phase of Trails System Opens

The first two miles of the proposed Red Grade Trails System is open to the public.

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Final Sighting-In Day Tuesday In Buffalo

The Buffalo Trap and Skeet Club will be offering one final sight-in day for hunters to prepare their rifles for their hunt coming up this Tuesday, October 13th at the Buffalo Outdoor Shooting Range.

Buffalo Council Accepts WASCOP Compliance Grants

Buffalo's City Council, at their last meeting, approved Police Chief Jason Carder to accept an alcohol compliance check and a tobacco compliance check grant in the amount of $3,400 each.
The grants were made available through WASCOP, or the Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police organization.

County Approves $835,000 In Vouchers For October

Johnson County's Commissioners approved payment of just over $835,000 in vouchers during their last regular meeting.