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Planner Discusses Water Study, City Boundaries With Council

Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett, during her report to the city council at their last meeting, discussed an upcoming water study, city boundary issues, and bid openings for a feasibility study, among other issues.

Snow An Issue With Inspector, City Works

Snow and snow removal were major topics for discussion for both the city building inspector and city works crews at the last city council meeting.

A Look Back in Time: March 2, 1915

Commissioner Wood has received a letter from the Warren Construction Company, announcing their superintendent of construction will be in Sheridan no later than March 15.

No One Injured in House Fire

BREAKING NEWS: We do have a confirm from the Sheridan County law enforcement dispatch center that no one was injured in a house fire in Ranchester this morning.

Week in Review

It's time once again to take a look back at a few of the top stories from this past week with our Sheridan Media Week in Review.

A Look Back in Time: March 1, 1915

Sheridan's city council met this morning, but no business was completed.

Powder River Rest Area Closed Until Further Notice

Ronda Holwell with WYDOT confirmed the Powder River Rest Area located between Gillette and Buffalo at milepost 88 on I-90 is closed until further notice. A water pump went out and won't be repaired until Monday.

Local Brewery Owner Explains New Microbrewery Law

A new law regarding microbreweries has been passed in Wyoming. Hannah Stepenoff has the details about how this will affect a local brewer.

Sheridan Safeway Will Be Ridley’s by Tuesday

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The Sheridan Safeway, located on Coffeen Avenue, will officially be a Ridley's Family Market Tuesday at midnight as crews will work overnight tonight to make the transition.

Barrasso Say’s FCC Net Neutrality “Stifles Years of Progress”

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso, a Republican from Wyoming, issued a statement on Thursday regarding the Federal Communications Commission’s vote to overturn state laws and grant government regulation of private broadband networks-- referred to as “net neutrality.”

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