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Council Has Further Discussions On Swift Street Sewer Line

At their last meeting the Buffalo City Council discussed the problem with the sewer line on Swift Street, which caused at least two homeowners on the line to come before the council in recent weeks to have work done on the line.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 3, 1915

S.B. Musser fell 35 feet to the ground from the roof of the Bar Building this morning.

City Administrator Resolution Approved

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The Sheridan City Council considered a resolution at their meeting Monday night pertaining to the position of city administrator. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Semi Takes Out Traffic Light On Main Street

A semi tractor and trailer clipped and knocked over a traffic light at the intersection of Hart and Main Streets in Buffalo Monday afternoon.

Kendrick Park Bathrooms Vandalized

Mirrors in the public restrooms at Kendrick Park in Sheridan have been broken by vandals in two separate incidents recently.

Police Are Tagging Abandoned Vehicles

The warm temperatures are melting the snow, so now might be a good time to move abandoned vehicles from the city streets.

Fire Destroys Small Wyoming Fire Station, 5 Engines

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A fire has destroyed a small Wyoming town's fire station and five fire engines.

Legislators to Discuss Lottery, Malt Beverage Tax

Wyoming State Representative Rosie Berger said 90 bills had passed through the House and Senate as of Friday morning, which marked the third week of this legislative session.

Council to Consider Parks and Recreation Master Plan Update

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The Sheridan City Council will consider adopting the updated Parks and Recreation Master Plan at their regularly scheduled meeting tonight. Sheridan Mayor John Heath says the updated plan has been in the works for a number of years.

Becoming a Voice for Ag

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Sunday marked the end of Wyoming Agriculture Advocacy Week for area FFA members. An educational program helping FFA leaders educate members on how to spread the word about agriculture, Nick Siddle explains.

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