Farmers co-op manager Jim Wolf stands outside the co-op location on the corner of Brundage and Scott Street in downtown Sheridan. The cooperative has purchased properties on Coffeen Avenue where the business will be moving to next summer. Justin Sheely|The Sheridan Press.Farmers co-op manager Jim Wolf stands outside the co-op location on the corner of Brundage and Scott Street in downtown Sheridan. The cooperative has purchased properties on Coffeen Avenue where the business will be moving to next summer. Justin Sheely|The Sheridan Press.

Longtime business planning move: Farmers Co-op purchases property on Coffeen Avenue

SHERIDAN — It’s been on the corner of Scott Street and Brundage Street for nearly 60 years — a place to buy propane, gasoline or cattle feed, to outfit for horseback hunting trips, or to reference as a landmark when giving directions to newcomers in town. But next summer, the Farmer’s Co-op building will stand Read More

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