Dayton Retains Entech for Lighting Study

Dayton's town council has approved a contract with Entech of Sheridan to perform a preliminary study of decorative street lighting in the town.

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National Poetry Month will be Celebrated this Afternoon at the Sheridan Senior Center

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It's National Poetry month and the Sheridan "Third Thursday" Poetry club will host an event this afternoon at the Sheridan Senior Center.

A Look Back in Time: April 21, 1916

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 April 21, 1916.

Buffalo's Transient Merchant Ordinance Passes Third Read

Buffalo's City Council has passed Ordinance No. 1382 on third and final reading, changing how transient merchants will do business in the city limits.

County Keeps Current Public Health Funding Model

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to keep their current funding model for the county's Public Health Office, after reviewing the different models they could have chosen from.

Council Approves Water Tap Outside City limits

Buffalo's city Council approved a reduction in cost for a tap fee at the request of a county resident who gave some extraordinary circumstances concerning his situation as the reason for the request, and the council agreed with him.

County Looks at Fairgrounds Budget

Sheridan County Fairgrounds Manager Jamie Ringley told county commissioners Wednesday that he thinks the fairgrounds budget is “sort of where it needs to be.”

County Budgets $1.5 Million on Road Improvements

Sheridan County has budgeted about $1.3 million in capital facilities tax funds on roads in the coming year.

Library to Eliminate e-Readers

County Library System Director Cameron Duff received approval from the library board to eliminate the library's e-Readers at Wednesday's board meeting.

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