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September 23rd, 2015

Dinner Featuring Cheneys Nearly Sold Out

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The Sheridan County Republican Party is hosting its annual Reagan Day Dinner a week from Saturday in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Red Grade Trail Opens Saturday

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In celebration of National Public Lands Day Saturday, the Sheridan Community Land Trust is invited the public to help finish and officially open the new two-mile Red Grade Trail System in the Bighorn Mountains.

Carnival Funds Help Educate Children

As we reported earlier this week, Holy Name School in Sheridan will hold the 80th annual Carnival and Chili Supper on Saturday.

Summer Institute Speaker Returns to Wyoming

A keynote speaker from this year's Summer Institute on education in Sheridan is returning to Wyoming as part of a plan to implement Professional Learning Communities in all of the state's school districts.

Dinner, Auction to be in Clearmont

The 41st annual Clearmont Community Center and Library dinner and auction will be Sunday at 5:30 in Clearmont.

Farm to School Workshop Provides Food for Thought

Area residents who attended a workshop at Holy Name School this week observed how to cut a chicken and slice vegetables, discovered the benefits of locally grown foods and learned about the nutritional benefits of the Asian-style salad they were served for dinner.

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Bison Backers Fundraiser This Weekend In Buffalo

The Bison Backers organization will be having its annual fund-raising dinner and auction event this Saturday at the Johnson County Fairgrounds' Community Building.

Commissioners Approve Assessor's Tax Corrections

Johnson County Assessor Cindy Barlow brought a number of tax corrections before the county commissioners for their approval at their last regular meeting.

Barlow said the tax corrections were for the 2015 tax rolls.

Final Invoice Issued On Crazy Woman Square Sculptures

Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett, during her recent report to the city council, announced she had issued the final invoice on the dog and sheep sculptures and plaque recently installed in Crazy Woman Square.