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Celebration is 'Feel-Good' Event

People came for dinner and stayed for a pie auction, raffles and music at the Harvest Celebration hosted by the Powder River Basin Resource Council Saturday night.

Farmer's Market Celebrates Locally Grown Foods

More than 30 vendors, including some from Buffalo as well as Sheridan County, offered locally grown produce and homemade foods such as breads and preserves in a farmers market at Landon's Greenhouse Saturday.

Council Continues Discussion on Non-Discrimination Policy

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A topic that was discussed at a study session in August was brought up once again by the Sheridan City Council at their most recent meeting. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan College, SREC Programs Opened to Public

More than a dozen people spent Friday afternoon touring the agricultural facilities at Sheridan College and the Sheridan Research and Extension Center, including the college's new Mars Ag Center and greenhouse and the extension center's grape fields.

VOA Provides Variety of Services

Volunteers of America provided health care services to more than 2,500 people in fiscal 2017 and helped nearly 900 veterans with a variety of issues including housing and employment.

CRAAP is a Great Tool to Help You Decide if Information is Crap or Not

Most people have asked themselves the question, Is this information worth a crap? Well according to local Certified Personal Trainer Erin Nitschke, CRAAP is exactly what you need to use to weed out the crap.

Fulmer Children’s Library Story Time Returns Tuesday

The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library in Sheridan will re-start their Children’s Library Story Time Schedule on Tuesday.

Business Council to Consider SEEDA Grant/Loan Request

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The Wyoming Business Council will meet next week to consider three Business Ready Community grant and seven Community Development Block Grant requests. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

City, County, Entities Discuss Economic Development

A meeting was scheduled Wednesday evening at Buffalo's City Hall to discuss economic development efforts by local organizations, how funding in the future for them was likely to decrease, and how they can cooperate to find ways to reduce duplication of services and make hard-to-come-by tax dollars go farther moving forward.

Local Foods Topic of Meeting at Library

Questions about whether we need to pursue local foods and who needs to be involved were among the issues raised at a meeting Thursday night at the Sheridan Fulmer Public Library.

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