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November 30th

US 14A to be Closed for Season

US Highway 14A west of Burgess Junction is scheduled to be closed for the winter at noon Tuesday.

Sheridan's Plant Research Center's Been Around for Century

Surprising to some might be that the state university has had a research station to study plants in the Sheridan area for about a century. The center’s Director Brian Mealor talked about the center and his job during a recent interview.

County Museum Has New Educator

The Sheridan County Museum in Sheridan has a new curator of education.

Commissioners To Discuss Zoning Regulations

The Sheridan County commissioners are expected to amend zoning rules and regulations during the upcoming meeting. The first meeting of December comes up on Tuesday.

November 30th

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Irrigation District Looking To Improve Leiter Ditch

Johnson County's Commissioners.

The Clear Creek Irrigation District, also known as the Lower Clear Creek Water Users, is looking to make improvements to Leiter Ditch, the main original water supply from Piney Creek to Lake DeSMet.

Chamber Thanks City, Gets OK For Street Closures

Angela Fox, Buffalo Chamber of Commerce.

Buffalo's Chamber of Commerce is pleased with the recent help provided by city works crews to help the chamber with Holiday decorations, and Chamber Director Angela Fox came before them at a recent meeting to thank the council before moving on to some new requests of them.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 30, 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 Nov. 30, 1915.

Buffalo's 'Home For The Holidays' Pleases Crowds

Saturday Night in Buffalo, the Buffalo Downtown Association hosted their “Home For The Holidays” events to help kick off the Christmas season, and were a hit based on comments overheard during the evening.

Brinton Holiday Show Opens Today

Today is the opening day of The Brinton Museum’s 25th Holiday Show called “Off the Wall.