Archive - Nov 18, 2016 - News

Final Council Meeting of November Set for Monday

On Monday, the Sheridan City Council will meet for their final regularly scheduled meeting of November. Mayor John Heath explains that there will be two community updates and two staff updates.

Water Main Break on Sheridan’s East Heald and Coffeen Ave.

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On Friday morning, the City of Sheridan was alerted to a water main break on East Heald and Coffeen Ave. According to Ken Hirschman, Sheridan’s Utility Maintenance Superintendent, crews responded quickly.

Sheridan County Sales Tax Revenue Continues to Decline

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Officials with Sheridan County recently received the latest numbers regarding sales tax revenue.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Model Railroad on Display

Photo by Judy Hagerot

The Sheridan Model Railroad Association is planning their annual open house this Saturday from 10am to 3pm in the basement of the old Taylor School. The public is invited to stop in and see the small trains running through scenes modeled on the local area and ask questions if you like.

Chamber's 'Button Strut' Saturday In Buffalo

Buffalo's Holiday Button for 2016.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce, along with many local businesses will be kicking off the Holiday shopping season by having their annual “Button Strut” this Saturday in Buffalo.

Buffalo Council Approves Mayor's Board Appointment

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson made a recommendation to the council for Cathy Bradley to fill a vacant position on the city/county Board Lodging Tax Joint Powers Board.

BHS Theater Company To Perform 'Pink Panther Strikes Again'

This weekend the Buffalo High School Theater Company will present their fall play entitled “The Pink Panther Strikes Again,” in performances tonight and again Saturday night.

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 18, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Nov. 18, 1916.