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Kendrick Boardwalk is No More

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Now that warmer weather is upon us and more residents are using the Sheridan Pathways, Sheridan Parks and Recreation officials want to let people know there has been a change in the pathways around Kendrick Park.

Council Endorses Unread Gas Developer Bonds Deal

An oversight panel for the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality has dismissed bond forfeiture proceedings against a coal-bed methane developer despite concern among some members they hadn't read the settlement behind their vote.

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City Works Department's Report To Buffalo Council

City of Buffalo Works Director Les Hook reported to the city council at their last meeting that he will be replacing lights and other parts at the sports fields complex under warranty.

Buffalo Chamber's Luau Returns This Year

After taking a break in 2014, the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will be bringing their annual Luau fundraiser back to the people of Buffalo and Johnson County this June.

Results From Meadowlark Mercury Testing Expected Thursday

Johnson County School District One's Superintendent of Schools, Gerry Chase, released a short news brief late Tuesday saying he had been contacted and results from the testing for mercury at Meadowlark Elementary School in Buffalo should be released to him this Thursday.

A Look Back in Time: April 1, 1915

Twenty-seven polo ponies belonging to W. Milton McCoy of Big Horn were shipped today to Long Island, where they will be sold to members of the polo clubs in that vicinity.

Veterans Support Organization Receives Federal Grant

The Volunteers of America Northern Rockies non-profit organization that’s headquartered in Sheridan has been awarded a three-year grant to expand Supportive Services for Veteran Families across Montana.

City Officials Say Gravel on Main to be Gone Soon

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If you drove on Main Street today you may have noticed some gravel, according to Sheridan City officials. Since the city had received some concerned calls, they wrote a message on Facebook that explained the issue.

Ceramic Artist Offers Workshop

Internationally-known ceramic artist Kim Dickey of Colorado will be in the local area next week to talk about her work and show others her techniques.

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