Resolution on Wrench Ranch Phase 1 Plat Approved at Council Meeting

At Monday night’s Sheridan City Council Meeting, Planning Director Robert Briggs presented Resolution 38-16, Wrench Ranch Phase 1 plat for the council’s approval.

Little Free Library Installed Tuesday at Sheridan’s Pizza Hut

Tuesday morning, there was a slight breeze that made the 8 degree temperature outside seem like 10 below, but that did not stop Pizza Hut from installing the communities new Little Free Library. Mike Kocher, Pizza Hut’s Area General Manager, shares more.

WYDOT Reminds Motorists to Keep a Safe Distance From Plows

A recent crash just north of the Montana - Wyoming border on I-90 involving a semitrailer hauling cattle and a Montana Department of Transportation snowplow, has prompted officials with the Wyoming Department of Transportation to remind motorists to slow down and keep a safe distance from plows.

Museum Holiday Open House

The Sheridan County Museum will be celebrating the end of their 2016 exhibit season with a holiday open house December 17th and 18th.

Secretary of State Murray Meets With Lieutenant Governors

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Wyoming Secretary of State Ed Murray met with lieutenant governors, secretaries of state, and other national leaders at the National Lieutenant Governors Association Business meeting in Arizona last week.

Caring & Sharing Programs In Full Swing In Buffalo

For those looking to help in some way, there are options ranging from giving to the local food bank to helping area children with hats and mittens for the winter to making the holidays a bit brighter for our senior citizens.

Woodland Park School Receives National Award

Sheridan's Woodland Park Elementary School has received a National Title 1 Distinguished School Award.

Snow Removal Update Given at City Council

Sheridan City Operations Superintendent Mathers Heuck, provided an update on the snow storm that happened on November 17th at Monday night’s Sheridan City Council meeting. All together he said the snow removal cost the city just over $23,000.

We The People Teams Gear Up for the State Competition

Several teams, representing different Wyoming High Schools, will compete against one another next week on their knowledge of a certain document that was signed by George Washington and Benjamin Franklin. Studying the U.S.

Buffalo Kicks Off Christmas Season With Full Day Of Events

The Christmas season in Buffalo began Saturday with numerous events throughout the day, and the annual Chili Feed and Lighted Christmas parade ending the day in grand style.