The City of Buffalo is looking at the possibility of restructuring its rates for all water users to make them fairer for all users, and held a meeting this week to discuss the latest scenario for a possible restructuring.

The use of a water right on lands once earmarked for a city subdivision will not only help the current landowner, but could also be beneficial to the City of Buffalo in the long run, according to City Attorney Ben Kirven, who discussed the issue with the city council at a recent meeting.

Project Engineer Brent Bennett with Nelson Engineering, City of Buffalo officials and representatives from Simon Construction will be on hand at a public meeting Thursday to present, discuss and answer questions on a work schedule for the city's Lobban Avenue Reconstruction Project.

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 March 2, 1917.

Landon's Greenhouse will host three workshops this coming weekend. All are open free to the public.

On Saturday, the Ballet Jorgen and the Billings Symphony will team up to present Tchaikovsky’s classical ballet Swan Lake at the Sheridan College Whitney Center for the Arts Concert Hall. Sheridan College Dance Faculty Member Stephanie Koltiska.

For about four years, the Sheridan County YMCA has been working on building a brand new aquatic center for the community. Executive Director of the Y, Jay McGinnis, said that ground is expected to be broken on the project soon.

Sheridan Travel and Tourism, along with the Wyoming Office of Tourism, is co-hosting a China-Ready Workshop on Friday March 10 at the Best Western Sheridan Center.

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