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June 1st, 2015

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BOHLING CHARGES

Lawyers for former Albany County attorney seek dismissal

Lummis To Speak At Buffalo Luncheon Friday

US Representative Cynthia Lummis, Republican from Wyoming, will be speaking at this month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon this Friday at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse.

Buffalo Council To Have Second Read On Appropriations Bill

At their regular meeting this evening, the Buffalo City Council will have their second reading of Ordinance No. 1378, providing the appropriation bill for fiscal year 2016.
The budget bill contains just over $12 million in expenditures for the coming year.

Commissioners To Work On Busy Agenda Today

Johnson County's Commissioners will begin working through a busy schedule this morning at 9 o'clock, beginning with a discussion concerning the Dispatch Communications system in the justice center.

A Look Back in Time: June 2, 1915

Monarch Coal has reduced the price of egg coal to $2.75 per ton. Phone 84 to place your order.

City Council Approves One Franchise Agreement, Tables Another

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The Sheridan City Council met for its first regularly scheduled meeting of June Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Multi-Vehicle Crash on Main Street

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A multi-vehicle crash occurred on Main Street in downtown Sheridan, late Monday afternoon. Details on the incident will be posted, as information becomes available.

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Crash South of Buffalo Kills One

A Colorado woman was killed in a single-vehicle crash Sunday night about 15 miles south of Buffalo.

Creeks Still High, County Road Remains Closed

The Big and Little Goose creeks are still running high, and County Road 66 remains closed in the aftermath of the storm that moved through Sheridan County early last week.

Deadline’s Today for Deer, Antelope Hunting Licenses

Today is the application deadline for the limited quota deer and antelope hunting licenses for this year’s hunting season and limited quota elk licenses for residents.