Sheridan City Council Will Hear Two Staff Updates at Monday’s Meeting

On Monday, the Sheridan City Council will have their first regularly scheduled meeting of October. Mayor John Heath explained that they will hear staff updates from two separate departments.

Visitation at Sheridan County Museum Remains Steady Despite Economic Downturn

The downturn in the economy nationally and in Wyoming has not had a negative impact on the Sheridan County Museum.

County Commissioners Accept Homeland Security Grant

Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly brought a grant award agreement before the county commissioners at their last meeting, recommending to them that they sign the grant agreement.

Buffalo P&Z Approves Final Plat, Variance Requests

Buffalo's Planning and Zoning Commission had their meeting for September Tuesday evening, and approved two requests brought before them.

Mud, Bugs, and Fish

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The first work week ‘Unplugged’ was held Wednesday afternoon at the Scott Bicentennial Park in Dayton. Unplugged is a time of hands-on activities that gets kids connected outside instead of plugged in at home.

Roundtable Discussion Held at Sheridan College

On Wednesday night, community members from several different organizations gathered in the atrium of the Sheridan College Whitney Academic Center for a roundtable style discussion about the future of higher education in Sheridan County. Dr.

Chamber Has Coffee at Dayton Mercantile

Members of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce enjoyed coffee and sweet treats and exchanged ideas at the Chamber's monthly get-together at the Dayton Mercantile in Dayton Wednesday morning.

5th Annual Local Foods Expo Next Week

Next week, Sheridan’s 5th Annual Local Foods Expo will take place. According to Committee Member Donald Legerski, the kick off will be the premiere of a new documentary.

UW Ranked 3rd Best Outdoor College

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In Wyoming, we are blessed with many different outlets to enjoy the outdoors.

Dining for a Cause to Benefit SHS Clubs

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The latest Dining for a Cause at Frackelton’s restaurant in downtown Sheridan will take place Monday and will benefit the We the People and Computer Coding and Programming Clubs at Sheridan High School.