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Habitat’s Annual Women Build

The women of the community of Sheridan have been invited to volunteer during Habitat for Humanity of the Eastern Bighorns Women Build. The event is in partnership with Thrivent Financial and helps address the need for affordable housing.

Drug Take Back Day Collects Over 120 lbs of Unused Meds

On Saturday, the Sheridan Police Department participated in National Drug Take Back Day at Sheridan’s Walgreens. According to Lt. Tom Ringley, they collected a lot of unused medications.

Library Strategic Plan

Sheridan County Library System Director Cameron Duff said that the Board of Trustees are working on a new Strategic Plan to be approved this month. Duff said that this plan will outline major goals and priorities of the System.

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UW LAYOFFS

CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The University of Wyoming is expecting layoffs in the coming weeks as it deals with more than $40 million in budget cuts.

UW President Visits Buffalo, Discusses Future Of University

University of Wyoming President Dr. Laurie Nichols made a stop in Buffalo Monday to visit and discuss current and future plans for the school and answer questions from the community.

Library Reading Program's Silent Auction Winding Down

A silent auction that helps fund the summer reading program at the Johnson County Library is approaching its May 10th closing, so those interested in bidding should do so soon.

'Dancing With The Stars' Earns $18K For Cancer Research

This past weekend's “Dancing With The Stars Johnson County/A Taste Of Buffalo” event raised just over $18,000 which is more than $3,000 more than last year, according to organizer Cheryl Madden, who was thrilled with the turnout and generosity from the Buffalo community.

A Look Back in Time: May 2, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on May 2, 1917.

Kawulok Asks County Commissioners to be More Involved

Sheridan County resident Frank Kawulok says there's a lot of future development coming, and he would like to see city and county officials do a better job of dealing with it.

Fetterman Battle Depicted This Weekend

The Fetterman battle that happened on Dec. 21, 1866, was depicted this past weekend at the site of Fort Phil Kearny in northern Johnson County.

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