Wyoming News Update

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Creekside Presents Rescheduled 'And Then There Were None'

This Friday and Saturday, January 6th and 7th, Buffalo's Creekside Performing Arts will present their version of “And Then There Were None,” a play based from the Agatha Christie mystery novel.
The play was originally scheduled to be presented in December, but had to be rescheduled to this weekend.

Tickets On Sale For Buffalo's Hospice Variety Show

The biennial Hospice Variety Show to benefit Buffalo's Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice will be performed later this month, but tickets for the shows are on sale now.

Organizers urge those interested to get tickets as soon as possible before they are sold out.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 3, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Jan. 3, 1917.

Mr. and Mrs. John Simons entertained at luncheon Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Price, Mr. and Mrs. Smoke, Miss Grace Price and Edwin Price.

Sheridan’s New Mayor and Council Take Oaths

The first Sheridan City Council Meeting of 2017 was held Monday night, and the big item on the agenda was the swearing in of the new Mayor and council.

Sheridan Community Land Trust Talks Legislative Forum

In December, several local organizations sent representatives to the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Legislative Forum. State Representatives Bo Biteman, Mike Madden, Mark Kinner, and Mark Jennings, along with Senators Bruce Burns, and Dave Kinskey, were all on hand during the event.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Buffalo Council Renews Insurance With Rate Increase

Buffalo's City Council got a report from the city's insurance agent, Trevor Moon with Northern Wyoming Insurance, discussed the policy and then approved the renewal for the coming year, with a slight increase in the rate.

Engineer Gives Final Report Of 2016 On Lobban Project

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson, during the last city council meeting, updated the public on the last update of the year from the project engineer on the Lobban Avenue Reconstruction Project after it shut down earlier this month for the winter months.

Lake DeSmet's Polar Bear Plunge 'Replenishes The Soul'

The 2017 Polar Bear Plunge happened New Years Day at Lake DeSmet, and somewhere between 50 and 75 people “made the jump,” so to speak.

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