Pictures

Madden, Kinskey Attend Buffalo Chamber After Hours Event

Representative for State House District 40 Mike Madden and State Senator for District 22 Dave Kinskey attended the Buffalo Chamber After Hours event last Thursday at the Cowboy Carousel Center in Buffalo.

The evening was an opportunity for the public to meet the lawmakers from our area and discuss issues, problems or ideas with them before the opening of the Legislative Session in January.

Madden explained why he feels these types of events are important.

Some of the issues Madden discussed with constituents that night, he said, were Medicaid expansion and water programs in the state, especially Johnson County, both storage and rehabilitation projects.

Women's Bazaar Brings Holiday Cheer Early

Posted in

Members of the Sheridan First Methodist Church held their annual Women's Bazaar Saturday to kick off the season and the community came to check out the festivities and buy early Christmas gifts and decorations.

Making an Impact During the Holidays

Posted in

A local holiday store offered the community items that can impact the the world for the better. Hannah Stepenoff was there and has the story.

Dining for Cause Comes Up Next Week

The next Dining for a Cause event is Monday at Frackelton's restaurant in downtown Sheridan.

'The Prisoner of Second Avenue'

Posted in

The cast and crew of “The Prisoner of Second Avenue” are getting set for their second weekend of performances at the Carriage House Theater in Sheridan.

Longtime Forest Service Employee Honored

Posted in

A local U.S. Forest Service employee was presented with the first Golden Pine Cone Award this week for a career marked by cultivating great professional working relationships.

Program Honors Those Who Served in WWI

The people of the Sheridan area who served during World War I will be the focus of a program tomorrow at the local library.

City Service Center Expansion on Schedule

Posted in

Work to expand a city facility is progressing and remains on schedule. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the story.

Plans Help Manage Deer Population

The city of Sheridan administers two separate plans to manage the deer population. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Who Should Pay for Wyoming’s Wildlife?

Posted in

By Angus M. Thuermer Jr.

Wyoming should change the way wildlife management is funded, shifting the principal burden off the backs of hunters and insulating other revenue from political meddling, authors of a Wyoming Law Review article say.