County Planner Updates Commission On Subdivision Regs

Johnson County Planner Jim Waller has been working on updating the county's subdivision regulations, including updating the Water Quality Rules to meet new requirements enacted by the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) on small waste water systems.

Christmas Parade, Chili Feed A Go After Council Approval

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce's annual Christmas Parade and Chili Feed will be happening again this year in early December as usual, after the city council approved requests for street closures and the use of Crazy Woman Square for the events.

Book Reading, Signing Event Held at Sagebrush

Pat Frolander said her poem, which she called “Wyoming 1949,” came from a story she'd heard.

Dayton Artists Open Studios to Tour

A group of Dayton artists put their work on display to the public during the Dayton Art Loop Studio Tour in Dayton Saturday.

Swim Team Holds Bazaar

Sheridan High School's swim team held its annual bazaar Saturday at the Exhibit Hall on the Sheridan County Fairgrounds.

Final Council Meeting of November Set for Monday

On Monday, the Sheridan City Council will meet for their final regularly scheduled meeting of November. Mayor John Heath explains that there will be two community updates and two staff updates.

Water Main Break on Sheridan’s East Heald and Coffeen Ave.

On Friday morning, the City of Sheridan was alerted to a water main break on East Heald and Coffeen Ave. According to Ken Hirschman, Sheridan’s Utility Maintenance Superintendent, crews responded quickly.

Model Railroad on Display

The Sheridan Model Railroad Association is planning their annual open house this Saturday from 10am to 3pm in the basement of the old Taylor School. The public is invited to stop in and see the small trains running through scenes modeled on the local area and ask questions if you like.

Buffalo Council Approves Mayor's Board Appointment

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson made a recommendation to the council for Cathy Bradley to fill a vacant position on the city/county Board Lodging Tax Joint Powers Board.

NWCCD-Led Partnership Receives Multi-Million Dollar Grant

A partnership led by the Northern Wyoming Community College District in Sheridan has received a grant of nearly $5 million from the U.S. Department of Labor.