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Golden Rule Offers Farm to Table Groceries

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A new store is opening next week in Sheridan that offers “farm to table” food options. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Wyoming Justices Side with Newspaper in Public Meetings Case

The Wyoming Supreme Court has sided with the newspaper in Sheridan in its effort to report on a local school district’s planning for a multipurpose center in Sheridan.

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Saturday Is Free Collection Day In Buffalo, Johnson County

This Saturday, May 16th is “Free Pesticide/Household Waste/Used Oil and Tires/Vehicle Batteries/and E-Waste Collection Day” in Buffalo and Johnson County, so plan now to clean unwanted hazardous materials from your property.

Building Inspector's Report, Update On City Hall Flagpole

Buffalo's City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades gave his report to the city council at their last meeting, and a local Boy Scout gave an update on the status of his flagpole project for city hall.

County Signs Agreement For Asbestos Testing

Johnson County's Commissioners approved an agreement with Tetra Tech of Casper to perform asbestos testing at the existing library, in preparation for upcoming renovations and remodeling of the building.

A Look Back in Time: May 15, 1915

Mrs. F.C. Wagner gave a most enjoyable kensington at her home last evening.

Historic Military Reenactors Offer Training

Members of a living history organization affiliated with the Fort Phil Kearny State Historic site found in the foothills of the Big Horns south of Sheridan have planned a training and recruitment session for Saturday, May 23, on the grounds.

Sheridan Police Consider Body Cameras

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In light of recent national events involving law enforcement officers and the public, it's no surprise that police departments around the country are taking a serious look at adding body cameras for everyday use.

New Construction at Minimum for City

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This construction season is going to be a little different for the City of Sheridan, as there aren’t many new projects on the horizon. City Engineer Lane Thompson says that the reason is continuation of last year’s projects.

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