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State Pilot Program Comes to Sheridan

More than 30 Sheridan County community and business leaders gathered at Sheridan College this week to participate in Tour 23, a pilot program of the Wyoming Business Alliance to share ideas and allow local residents to express their needs and concerns for the county's future.

Trail End Probably Wyoming's First Arboretum

Sheridan's Trail End Historic Site was probably the first arboretum in Wyoming.

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Buffalo Council Adopts $12 Million Budget

At Tuesday's regular meeting, Buffalo's City Council approved Ordinance No. 1378, the appropriations, or budget bill for the next fiscal year beginning July 1st.

Johnson County Makes One-Percent Allocations

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their regular Tuesday meeting, allocated the majority of their one-percent funds after reviewing the recommendations from the one-percent committee.

Carousel Center's Micro-theater Grand Opening Tonight

The Cowboy Carousel Center will be celebrating the Grand Opening of the Micro-theater tonight in Buffalo, with a gathering the public is invited to attend.

A Look Back in Time: June 17, 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 17, 1915.

UPDATE: Sheridan Under Hazardous Weather Outlook

The significant weather advisory issued earlier Tuesday by the National Weather Service in Billings was upgraded shortly before 9 to a hazardous weather outlook for an area that included the northeast Big Horn Mountains and Sheridan foothills.

UPDATE: Frackelton's Dining for Cause Raises $8.5K

Last night’s “Dining for a Cause” event held at Frackelton’s restaurant in Sheridan raised $8,529 for the Big Horn Mountain Festival in Buffalo.

County Commission Meeting Includes Road Construction, Business Incubator, not Budget

Though the Sheridan County commissioners are currently working on the budget, and have asked supervisors to help identify possible staff reductions to make up a projected $800,000 shortfall for next year, they did not discuss the budget during today's regular meeting.

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