Buffalo City Council To Work Through Busy Agenda Tuesday

Buffalo's City Council will have a busy agenda to work through at their regular Tuesday afternoon meeting.

In addition to regular reports from the department heads, the council will have third reading on the ordinance pertaining to firefighter's compensation.

A Look Back in Time: May 5, 1915

Today is Bill Guyer's birthday, and in honor of the occasion, his wife, who is presently in California, sent him a box of fruit and ripe olives.

City Council Discusses MOU with County, Approves Removal of Parking Restriction

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During Monday night’s meeting, the Sheridan City Council was updated on the progress of an amended Memorandum of Understanding (or MOU) between the city and Sheridan County that outlines the process of transferring streets from the county to the city.

Cowboy State is Known Far and Wide for “Firsts”

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Most everyone in Wyoming and across the nation knows about the two biggest “firsts” that occurred here – Yellowstone National Park being the first national park in the world in 1872 and the granting of women the right to vote in 1869 in Wyoming territory.

Crash on I-90 Claims the Life of Ranchester Woman

33-year-old Ashley Peterson of Ranchester died Saturday from injuries sustained in a one-vehicle crash on Interstate-90 south of Sheridan.

Council to Consider Liquor, Distillery Licenses

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The Sheridan City Council tonight will consider an application for a restaurant liquor license from Wahoo Enterprises LLC, doing business as Wahoo Sushi at 2240 Coffeen Avenue.

Be-Bopping for Holy Name School

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Saturday night, Holy Name School held their annual Mayfest Benefit Fundraiser, but this year, it took off to a different kind of beat. It’s the school’s 100th anniversary and a celebration with a “Rockin’ the Century” 50’s Sock Hop was held in the Elks Lodge in downtown Sheridan.

Another Successful “Trees for Trash”

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Saturday a steady stream of traffic made its way up the hill to the Sheridan Landfill taking advantage of the “Trees for Trash,” an annual day set aside to help ‘green up and clean up’ Sheridan and Sheridan County.

Airport Manager Clarifies What Happened to EAS

Some people have wondered what happened to a federal program that once benefited the Sheridan County Airport. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair has an answer.

Local Governments Contribute to Strength of State

The message from Wyoming Governor Matt Mead is that the strength of the state depends on the strength of the local governments.

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