Johnson County's Commissioners approved a Resolution at their meeting Tuesday that will set aside roughly $650,000 in county money to finalize the amount needed for the upcoming TW Road Industrial Road Project (IRP).

The owner of a Kentucky-based technology company was in town this week for a number of meetings with city leaders and representatives from local business, education, and other areas to discuss the possibility of expanding into Buffalo.

Perfect weather helped the local Kalif Shriners kick off the first of its kind carnival on Thursday, with everything you’d expect to find: the rides, games, and food. Shriner Joe Schwartz explained.

Sheridan Media’s Baby Got Backyard Ugly Yard Photo Contest has named the grand prize winner. Richard Welch submitted his photo and earned the most votes to take the top spot in the contest. Sheridan Media’s Tommy B. tells Welch about his big win.

During her monthly appearance on our news talk show Public Pulse, Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter Executive Director Debie Crawford talked about an incident last week where a skunk was spotted during the daytime near the shelter on East Ridge Road.

The City of Buffalo will possibly be getting a new park with a labyrinth, if plans of a local non-profit service organization are implemented.

Some liquor dealers at a meeting Wednesday night expressed concerns that obeying Sheridan's new city liquor licensing ordinance as it's now written could require them to pay administrative fees.

Carol Lundgren and Terry Yentzer were presented with achievement awards during a luncheon of Sheridan's Council of Social Agencies Wednesday.

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