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Buffalo City Council Approves Boy Scout's Project

Elijah Johnson, a Boy Scout from Buffalo, was approved by the city council to work on a project on city-owned property that should earn him his Eagle Scout Badge.

A Look Back in Time: June 28, 1917

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 28, 1917.

TotSpot at the Museum

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The Sheridan County Museum began a new program called ‘TotSpot,’ geared for children ages 0-4, Tuesday morning. TotSpot is a 30 minute program combining a story time with an age appropriate activity.

Planning Board Approves Building Design

A building design for a commercial building in the entryway corridor on Double Eagle Drive received approval from Sheridan's city planning commission this week.

Here Are Some More Favorite Wyoming Political Stories

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Former U. S. Rep and Vice-President Dick Cheney would often tell this story about how his last name is pronounced.

Sheridan County Museum Open on Independence Day

The Sheridan County Museum is open for their summer hours through the Labor Day holiday in September. According to Museum Director John Woodward, the museum will also be open for the 4th of July.

Sheridan PD Summer Update

Summer in Wyoming means more people are in state for the tourism season and Sheridan is not immune to the influx in bodies.

Kids’ Fishing Day in the Bighorns

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Young anglers will have a chance to catch a fish and learn about the environment on July 8 at Porcupine Ranger Station pond in the Bighorn National Forest.

Dementia Friendly Wyoming

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Last October it was announced that Sheridan would be one of 11 communities nationwide that would receive federal funding to help support projects for those living with dementia and their caregivers.

Blasting Operations in the Bighorns

Work has begun on the Burgess Junction South project on US 14 in the Bighorn Mountains.

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