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Sheridan College for the fourth straight year has been named a Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation and Toyota.

The City of Buffalo has scheduled two meetings to discuss with local liquor dealers and city and county government the changes made to Wyoming liquor laws that will take affect on July 1st and how city code will need be modified to adapt to those changes.

Following the Sheridan City Council adoption of resolution 13-17, the City will now serve as a Passport Acceptance Facility. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Information on the two newest invasive grasses in Sheridan County, Medusahead and ventenata, was presented at this month's meeting of the county's ag and natural resources committee.

The Johnson County One-Percent Committee gave their recommendations for funding of various entities to both the county commissioners and Buffalo City Council during this week's meetings, suggesting the city allocate nearly all of the $500,000 the council earmarked for that purpose.

The Community Resource Center of Johnson County (CRC) is seeking input from county residents that will be compiled in a Community Needs Assessment to be used to acquire future grant funding through the Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) program.

The Keystone Awards are a celebration of those who, in the words of Rindy West, chair of the Keystone Committee, donate their hearts and souls to make Sheridan and Sheridan County a better place to live.

On Monday, Frackeltons restaurant on Sheridan’s Main Street will hold their Dining for a Cause event with the theme of Celebrating Connection of the Arts in Sheridan. Three groups will be the recipients of the funds, the WYO Theater, Sage Community Arts, and the Public Arts Committee.

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