Buffalo Retailers Pass Tobacco Compliance Checks

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, in his recent report to the city council, reported that during tobacco compliance checks performed by his officers on January 29th, none of the 16 local retailers checked sold tobacco products to the underage buyer.

County Passes Resolution On Special Prosecutor

Johnson County's Commissioners have passed a Resolution that will allow the County Attorney's office to use a “special prosecutor” from outside the county for an upcoming trial.

Science Saturday

Posted in

This month’s Science Saturday held in the Science Center at Sheridan College had one focus and chemistry teacher, Rob Milne explained.

Nearly 300 Attend Rodeo Banquet

Nearly 300 people attended the Sheridan College Rodeo Banquet Saturday night at Sheridan's Holiday Inn.

Trustees Start Work on Library Plan

Sheridan County Library trustees started work Saturday on a five-year strategic plan for the Fulmer Library in Sheridan and the branch libraries in Ranchester, Story and Clearmont.

Protesters Rally Against Education Legislation

More than a dozen people gathered on Main Street at Grinnell Plaza again Saturday to raise awareness to what David Myers said is a flood of bad legislation coming out of Cheyenne related to education.

Flood Warning in Effect

According to the Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Bruce Edwards, areas near the West end of the county are experiencing run-off flash flooding due to the temperature increase. Areas already affected include the Beckton road/Beckton ranch area, and rapid creek roads.

Brundage Street Fire Declared Out

Early Friday morning, firefighters from Sheridan Fire And Rescue, Goose Valley and Big Horn responded to a call of a structure fire on West Brundage Street in downtown Sheridan.

Firefighters Battle Blaze in Downtown Sheridan

Firefighters from Sheridan, Goose Valley and Big Horn responded to a call of a structure fire on West Brundage Street in downtown Sheridan Friday morning.

Lawmakers Put Mountain Biker Fees on Hold

Posted in - The Wyoming Legislature hit the brakes late Tuesday on a bill to charge mountain bikers using public lands.