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County Commission Praises Departments For Budgets

Earlier this month, the Johnson County Commissioners approved and adopted their annual budget for fiscal year 2018, passing an overall budget of $51.8 million.

Buffalo's Crazy Days This Weekend

This Friday and Saturday, shoppers can save big on items at participating businesses in Buffalo during the annual Crazy Days event.

Dates Set For 2018 Big Horn Mountain Festival

Traditionally, the annual Big Horn Mountain Festival has been scheduled for the second weekend of July, but in recent years those dates have coincided with other events in and around Buffalo, so festival officials have decided to move next year's dates to the third weekend in July, according to a release from the festival organizers.

A Look Back in Time: July 26, 1917

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 July 26, 1917.

Tuesday’s Totspot

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Nearly a dozen youngsters showed up at the Sheridan County Museum to participate in this month’s Totspot program. Geared towards children ages birth to 4 years-old, Totspot features a quick story followed by a fun hands-on activity.

Library Hosts Ambassador

Ambassador Jeanine Jackson, a Sheridan native, and her husband, Mark, will present a program on their military and Foreign Service careers at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the Inner Circle of Sheridan Fulmer Public Library.

Proceeds from Sheridan Lemonade Stand Benefit Montana Fire

On Tuesday morning, two Montana children visiting their sister in Sheridan decided to set up a lemonade stand on the corner of Burkitt and Thurmond. But this lemonade stand isn’t about making some summer spending money.

Changes at the Ucross Foundation

This summer is a season of change for the Ucross Foundation according to President Sharon Dynak. After a decade as Residency Manager and nearly another as Residency Chef, Ruth Salvatore is retiring on August 11.

Senior Center Closed on Friday

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The Sheridan Senior Center will close their building at 211 Smith Street on Friday due to construction.

Journey from Lawyering to Writing Favorite Historical Books About State

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How many people can leave one successful career in mid-life and start another successful career?

John W. Davis of Worland is this type of person. And, by any measure, he has pulled it off.

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