Yellowstone Receives “Stamp” of Approval

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The Forever stamp depicting a photograph of two bison silhouetted in the winter morning sun in Yellowstone National Park was dedicated Thursday among a pane of 16 stamps to celebrate the National Park Service’s 100-Year Anniversary.

Sculpture Returns to Former Dan's Building

After spending some time in storage at the Sheridan County Museum, a sculpture of the old Conrad's building that once graced Sheridan's Main Street has returned to its former location.

New Rolls Royce Dawn a Hit at Brinton

People looked under the hood, sat in the seats and even took some of the new Rolls Royce convertibles out for a spin Thursday when the company introduced four of its new Dawn cars plus two other models at the Brinton Museum near Big Horn.

Issues Force Delay In New Nursing Home Move-In

The new Amie Holt Care Center, a 44-bed adult care facility recently completed at the Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo, has had their move-in date and opening pushed back to at least the end of June, due to a number of last-minute problems.

Pending Votes, SCJC Has Funding To Stay Put

Funding looks to be in place that will keep Sheridan College in Johnson County (SCJC) in its current location at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center, after a meeting with college, city and county officials on Wednesday.

Council Updated On Planning Matters

Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett gave her report to the city council at a recent meeting, touching on an annexation, variance requests, and grants her office is assisting with.

Wyoming Theater Festival Looks to Expand on First Year Success

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The Wyoming Theater Festival in Sheridan will once again offer two weeks of plays, performances, and workshops July 18 through 31. Festival Director DannyLee Hodnett says there will be five shows running in repertory over the two-week period.

Construction in Progress on New Ag Center

Construction is under way and on time at the new agricultural facility at Sheridan College.

Museum Now on Summer Hours

The Sheridan County Museum officially started summer hours on Wednesday, according to Director John Woodward.

Buffalo Council Approves Longmire Days Requests

Buffalo's City Council approved a number of requests from the Chamber of Commerce for the upcoming Longmire Days celebration later this summer.