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City Attorney 'Confident' City Will Get Easements Soon

Buffalo City Attorney Ben Kirven reported to the city council recently that he is “confident” the city will finally have the easements needed for the South Tank Water Pipeline project that has been in the planning and development stages for a number of years.

Richardson Park, Bald Mountain Topics At County Commission

Johnson County Planner Rob Yingling update the county commission on the latest from the Richardson Park Subdivision and the coliform bacteria situation at the Bald Mountain Trailer Park, both west of Buffalo.

JCHC Board Approves Revised Financial Forecast

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees reviewed and revised their financial forecast and amended their annual budget during their last regular meeting.

A Look Back in Time: March 31, 1915

The general manager of the Holly Sugar company says all the details have been successfully completed for bringing the sugar factory to Sheridan.

Red Flag Warning Goes in Effect in Sheridan, Johnson Counties

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With not much time to recover from Saturday's high winds and unseasonably warm weather that resulted in numerous wildfires burning in Sheridan County, as well as Montana and Northeast Wyoming, there is already another warning to be in place.

Even on Frontier, We Rely on Modern Gadgets

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Vexing.  That is the best word I could find that describes how irritated I have been lately when all sorts of modern techno-gadgets go on the blink. And after hours of talking to nice folks on the telephone, we finally got some of these devices, at least, back to work.

SkyWest Considers Providing Sheridan Air Service

Members of a local group seeking reliable air service for the county-owned airport in Sheridan are hopeful a company will be secured, following a meeting last week with representatives of SkyWest.

Red Grade Fire Under Investigation

No injuries were reported and the cause of the blaze is still under investigation in a wildfire that burned through 12 acres south of Sheridan Saturday afternoon near Red Grade Road above the town of Big Horn.

State Offers Help to Quit Smoking

State health officials plan to offer free help to quit smoking over the next four to five months as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or CDC rolls out a new anti-smoking ad campaign.

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