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City Building Inspector Reports On 'Spring Fever'

Buffalo's Building Inspector, Toby Rhoades, came before the city council at their last meeting to give his report for January and say that spring fever looks like it has officially kicked in and apparently has become contagious.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 13, 1915

The city council has voted to purchase a lungmotor for the fire department.

Terry Sentenced to Prison, Probation

Hannah Terry has been sentenced to eight to 20 years in prison to be followed by 10 years supervised probation after pleading guilty to driving the minivan that struck and killed Larry Hurst and injured his wife Sara in Sheridan last June.

Fearnow Pleads Guilty to Hospital Pharmacy Burglary

Kyle Logan Fearnow pleaded guilty in district court this morning to a charge that he burglarized Hospital Pharmacy in downtown Sheridan last year.

Sponsorships Available for Next Women's Antelope Hunt

An organization that strives to improve the economic self-sufficiency of women and the future of girls across the state is offering sponsorship opportunities for their women's antelope hunt fundraiser.

Coal Company Exec Says Legislation Detrimental

The current administration has it out for coal, according to a representative of the Cloud Peak Energy company who spoke to business leaders this week gathered at the Best Western in Sheridan for the monthly meeting of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

Education Bills Update

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Wyoming's state legislators are still discussing a couple of education-related bills during this legislative session ongoing now in Cheyenne.

SAWS Approved for Meter Replacement Funds

The Sheridan Area Water Supply will receive a state loan to fund replacement of outdated water meters, and a request for funds for another project is working its way through the Legislature.

School District 1, College Board to Meet Monday

Trustees of Sheridan County School District 1 and the Northern Wyoming Community College District will meet in a joint session next Monday night.

SCCD Has Willows For Erosion Issues

One of the smaller programs of the Sheridan County Conservation District can have a big effect in reducing stream erosion.

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