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Liz Cheney Discusses Book She Co-Wrote With Father Dick Cheney

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In September, Liz Cheney and her father, former Vice President Dick Cheney, released their third book that they’ve written together titled, “Exceptional: Why the World Needs a Powerful America”.

Polar Bear Plunge Set for Friday

The Polar Bear Plunge has become an annual New Year’s Day tradition, where those brave enough take a dip into the icy waters of Lake DeSmet to welcome in the New Year.

Christmas Tree Disposal

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The City of Sheridan has several drop-off sites around town where those looking to dispose of their Christmas trees can do so. City Solid Waste Manager Charles Martineau explains what should, and shouldn’t be dropped off at the green waste dropsites.

Year in Review: Second Quarter Brings Loss

Sheridan Media continues the review of 2015. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair looks at highlights from the second quarter of the year.

Commissioners Authorize Replacing Detention Officers

Sheridan County commissioners voted this week to replace three of the four detention officers who are leaving county employment.

Dining For Cause Draws 200-Plus at Lunch

A downtown Sheridan restaurant again hosted a day of meals to raise funds for a local non-profit organization. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended the event at lunch time, and provided details.

Council Discusses Options For Tie Hack Power

During the Buffalo City Council's discussions on the sale of power generated by the city's hydroelectric plant back to Pacificorp, options for the city were also discussed.

Johnson County's 2015 Year In Review: April-June

Over the next few days we will be taking a look back at the top stories for 2015 that happened in Johnson County.

Today we will focus on the second quarter of the year, from April through June of 2015.

City Agrees To Pacificorp Contract...For Now

The City of Buffalo has agreed to renew a power purchase contract with Pacificorp to sell power back to them generated from the city's hydroelectric facility, even though the agreement is one-sided against the city, according to City Attorney Ben Kirven.

A Packed House for Dining for a Cause

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UPDATE- The total raised for Monday night's Dining for a Cause fundraiser was $11,298.67.

If animals could sing, the dogs and cats at our local animal shelter would be howling and meowing it up in a grateful tune for what was happening at Frackelton’s Monday night and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us the story.

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