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Sheridan Media Week in Review

Here's a look at the past week's top stories from Sheridan Media News:

BHS Forensics Second At Rapid City Tournament

Last weekend, February 8th and 9th, the Buffalo High School Forensics team participated in the Rapid City Tournament hosted by Stevens High School.
Many of the students did very well, and the team took the Second Place Sweepstakes Trophy in the small school division.

Enzi Advocates Constitutional Amendment

Sen. Mike Enzi is supporting the idea of a constitutional amendment requiring a balanced U.S. budget.

Cloud Peak Lands Coal Deal With Asia

Cloud Peak Energy, Inc., has contracted to ship 16 million metric tons of coal per year to Asia via a port in Washington.

Special Meeting With Fire Districts Held in Kaycee Wednesday

A special meeting between the Johnson County Fire District No. 1 from Buffalo, Powder River Fire District from Kaycee, and the Johnson County Commissioners was held Wednesday night at the Kaycee Fire Hall.

Justice Center JPB Approves Work, Requests Funding

At their last meeting the Buffalo Johnson County Justice Center Joint Powers Board approved a bid of $5,970 for installation of power outlets in the dispatch center.
The lack of needed outlets was an oversight from construction of the facility.

Buffalo Senior Center's Annual Pie Auction Friday

The Buffalo Senior Center will have their annual Pie Auction this Friday at the center, but this year they will add a slight twist.

The Pie Auction will begin at 6:30pm and will feature not just pies but all kinds of baked goods, available for bidding during the auction.

Madden: Tip-Sharing is Employee Driven Initiative

UPDATE:
House Bill 112 has been sent back to committee for reworking due to vague language in an amendment. This essentially means the measure is off the table until next year.

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Deadline for Wild Bison Priority Listing is Feb. 28

Hunters dreaming of snagging a wild bison this year have until February 28th to submit their name for the wild bison priority listing.

Buffalo City Works To Replace Computers At WTP

Buffalo Public Works Director Les Hook presented to the city council at their last meeting information on computers that will need to be purchased for the water treatment plant.

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