'Conversations' Looks at Edward Gillette

Helen Laumann at Wednesday's "Conversations in History." (Photo by Pat Blair)

People who know about Edward Gillette, the surveyor for the railroad, may not know that he surveyed, and named, many of the lakes and other features in the Big Horn Mountains.

Land Trust Holds Annual Open House

A good number of people were on hand at Tuesday's open house for the Sheridan Community Land Trust. (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Sheridan Community Land Trust held their annual open house Tuesday night at the Loft in downtown Sheridan. The open house was a celebration of the Land Trust turning 10 years old as well as an opportunity to thank the people that helped the organization get where it is today.

Sponsors Hope Film Launches Narrative

Audience members visit among themselves after the film's showing. (Photo by Pat Blair)

As we reported earlier, a special film was aired Tuesday night in Sheridan. Among those attended was Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair, who has the story.

City OK's Engineering Services Contracts On Lobban Project

Brent Bennett.

Buffalo's City Council, during their most recent meeting, discussed a proposal from Nelson Engineering to provide engineering services on the upcoming Lobban Street Reconstruction Project.

County Names New Lake DeSmet Operating Manager

Lake DeSmet. Image courtesy Johnson County Wyoming.

Johnson County Road and Bridge Administrative Assistant Cheryl Benner was recently appointed as the new Operating Manager of Lake DeSmet by the Johnson County Commissioners.

World Champion Pool Player Comes to Sheridan

Photo By Spencer Porden

A crowd flocked to Rails on Sunday afternoon to witness a master pool player perform his signature trick shots, and take on local residents in games for a good cause

Sheridan Bicycle Co. Opens New Location

Photo By Spencer Porden

The Sheridan Bicycle Company, which was established in 2014, held the grand opening of their new location on Saturday.

Third Annual Bottoms Up Bash

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Photo By Spencer Porden

Saturday night, the Elks Lodge in Sheridan was home to the third annual ‘Bottoms Up Bash.’ An event aimed at raising awareness for colon cancer.

P.O. News Celebrates 100 Years of Business in Sheridan

A line to get into P.O. News builds up outside on Saturday during their 100 Year Celebration. Photo By Spencer Porden

Sitting at the corner of North Main and Loucks in Sheridan, P.O. News has been Sheridan’s tobacco merchant for 100 years. Along with its more recent addition of the Flagstaff Cafe, the business continues to serve the town today, just as it did a century ago.

Buffalo Mayor Proclaims April 5th As Service Recognition Day

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson proclaimed April 5th as National Service Recognition Day in Buffalo, honoring volunteers and those who help by donating their time and efforts in their local communities.

Named and honored specifically in the proclamation was Americorps and Seniorcorps.