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City, Property Owners May Split Costs On Water Tap

A property owner on North DeSmet Avenue has approached the city to help with the cost of installing a water tap on his property, because the adjacent property has been using the tap for a number of years.

Buffalo Dedicates Flag Pole At Weekend Ceremony

Buffalo's City Hall has a new flag pole and flag, thanks to the efforts of local Boy Scout Aaron Seeman, who built and erected the pole with the help of some local craftsmen to earn his Eagle Scout Badge.

Over 55 Teams Compete in Buffalo's 'Battle On The Blacktop'

The Johnson County Family YMCA hosted their annual “Battle On The Blacktop” 3-on-3 street basketball tournament this weekend in Buffalo, and 56 teams competed for t-shirts and bragging rights for another year.

A Look Back in Time: June 15, 1915

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 June 15, 1915.

Flag Day?

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Sunday, June 14th was Flag Day, a day held to honor our American Flag and commemorate its adoption on June 14th, 1777.

We sent out Sheridan Media’s roving reporter, Judy Hagerott, to ask people their thoughts on Flag Day.

'Battle On The Blacktop' Wraps Today In Buffalo

The Johnson County Family YMCA's annual “Battle On The Blacktop” 3-on-3 street basketball tournament will wrap up its two-day run in Buffalo today as between 75 and 100 teams, from third-graders to adults, will crown their champions in each age division.

Today’s Day for Buffalo Flagpole Dedication

The new flagpole in front of the city hall in Buffalo, installed as part of a Boy Scout’s Eagle Scout project will be dedicated today as part of a Flag Day ceremony. The dedication will be held at 1 Sunday afternoon. The public is welcome to attend.

New Brinton Gallery Opens Monday

The new 24,000-square-foot art gallery built on the grounds of the Bradford Brinton Museum in Big Horn opens to the public on Monday.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Some say it would streamline the process for trade agreements between our country and other nations, others would say that giving the President the ultimate power to negotiate these trade agreements is unconstitutional and promotes a lack of transparency in our government.

Senator Enzi Addresses Senate On High-Water Mark Regulations

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi from Wyoming recently addressed the Senate about high-water mark regulations, that he feels are drowning American families and businesses alike.

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