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Dining For Cause Benefits Sheridan Public Arts

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Another Dining for a Cause event at Frackelton’s is coming up, and as part of the ongoing fundraiser, all of Monday’s lunch and dinner sales will be donated to another worthy organization.

City Commission Government Survived 45 Years

The city of Sheridan incorporated in 1884 under a “mayor-trustee” form of government that soon gave way to a mayor-council arrangement similar to the one in place today.

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Buffalo Golf Course Clubhouse Needs Upgrades

Buffalo's Municipal Golf Course clubhouse is in need of upgrades to bring the building up to fire code, according to Kevin Bettinger and Jim Farmer, members of the Buffalo Golf Board, who spoke to the city council at their last meeting.

Firefighter Compensation Ordinance Passes

The Buffalo City Ordinance, No. 1376, which will better compensate the city's firefighters for time spent preparing for and actually on fire calls, passed its third and final reading at the last city council meeting.

Buffalo Habitat Organization Holds Annual Garage Sale

The annual Johnson County Habitat For Humanity Garage Sale begins tonight at the Johnson County Fairgrounds and runs through this Sunday.

A Look Back in Time: May 14, 1915

H.C. Benham is the new president of the Sheridan Commercial Club. He was elected last night at the club's annual meeting.

Chamber Speakers Say Sheridan County Has Much to Offer, Even Without Air Service

Economic development attractors remain strong in Sheridan County, even though there’s no guarantee in the near future that air service will be restored.

Critics Say Wyoming Data Trespassing Law Criminalizes Science

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WyoFile.com - A recent opinion piece published by Slate magazine states that a new Wyoming law makes it illegal to collect data on public lands like Yellowstone. That somewhat overstated claim comes from an interpretive reading of a new state law passed earlier this year.

Lummis Commends Bill’s Attack on WOTUS Rule

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The U.S. House passed the Regulatory Integrity Protection Act of 2015 on Tuesday, which orders the EPA to withdraw its Waters of the United States or WOTUS rule.

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