RECAP: Fish Restoration Project Proves Successful

A program detailing the fish restoration project for Clear Creek in Sheridan County was presented this week by regional fisheries biologist Bill Bradshaw. Here’s his recap of the program.

BPD Report: Alcohol Compliance Check Nets One Sale

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder reported to the Buffalo City Council that officers had performed alcohol compliance checks and that they would be assisting with the upcoming Easter Egg Hunt next weekend.

Mayor Heath Won’t Seek Another Term

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Sheridan Mayor John Heath made the announcement Friday that he won’t be running for the position of mayor of Sheridan in this year's election. Heath said that it’s time for some new blood at City Hall.

Wyoming Could Hunt Grizzlies in Fall of ’17

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by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. |

Wyoming Game and Fish Department released a draft grizzly bear conservation plan Tuesday that could result in a proposal to hunt bears as early as the fall of 2017.

SAWS Joint Powers Board Still Eyeing Consolidation

The Sheridan Area Water Supply Joint Powers Board continues to weigh the options of consolidating to have the City of Sheridan take over full ownership of the water system that serves both city and county residents.

Hicks Wraps 'State of County' With Upcoming Projects

Johnson County Commissioner Jim Hicks, during his portion of the State Of The County Address Wednesday, discussed how the commissioners have supported economic development in the region.

Hicks then moved on to talk about projects the county will either be working on this year or in the very near future.

City Council Tables Second Read of Sign Ordinance

Buffalo's City Council voted to table the second reading on Ordinance No. 1382, which will amend existing code concerning transient merchants conducting business within the city during special events.

The History of St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day over the years has become a celebration in the U.S. that centers around the “wearing of the green”, parades, and of course green beer and corned beef and cabbage. But where did it all begin? Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Barrasso Wants a Better Approach on Methane

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming delivered an address on the Senate floor Wednesday regarding the Obama administration's recent announcement of a deal with Canada to cut methane emissions from oil and gas production facilities.

City Awards Retail Liquor License To Clear Creek Brewing Co.

Buffalo's City Council awarded a retail liquor license to Clear Creek Brewing Company, after holding a public hearing on the matter where the only public comment was in favor of them receiving the license.