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Buffalo Council OKs Funds, Plans For Longmire Days

The Buffalo City Council approved a contract for services between the city and the Chamber of Commerce and also earmarked $5,000 in support of the chamber bringing Longmire Days to Buffalo later this summer.

A Look Back in Time: June 25, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on June 25, 1915.

Special Olympics Torch Comes Through Sheridan

A special torch came through Sheridan Wednesday morning on the way to Los Angeles, which is the site of this year's World Special Olympics games.

Anderson Presents Her Finished Indian Paintbrush Painting

All the children attending the Sheridan County Museum's Tidbit Tuesday program in Sheridan this week went home with a painting they created on canvas of the Wyoming state flower -- the Indian Paintbrush.

Entire Class Presents Their Work

All the children attending the Sheridan County Museum's Tidbit Tuesday program in Sheridan this week went home with a painting they created on canvas of the Wyoming state flower -- the Indian Paintbrush.

Summer Fun Means Finger Painting, Skipping Rocks with Grandma

With summer here, families are enjoying outdoors activities. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen caught up with two of those families this week, while enjoying the outdoors, herself. Here’s her report.

Museum Educator Reads the Indian Paintbrush Legend

Sheridan County Museum educator Sarah Ligocki read a children's book during the Tidbit Tuesday program this week about the American Indian legend of the state's flower -- the Indian Paintbrush. She then helped the children finger paint the flower on canvas.

The 125 Iconic Fun Things To Do in the State This Year

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Sheridan County Officials Hope to Absorb $800K Shortfall

Sheridan County officials hope to absorb a projected $800,000 shortfall for next year. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Sheridan Brownfields Assessment Public Meeting

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In May of last year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that the City of Sheridan had received an EPA Brownfields grant to assess hazardous and contaminated areas in the North Main area. That assessment is set to begin soon. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

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