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.

City Operations Superintendent Talks About Curb-to-Curb Snow Removal

After weeks of downright gorgeous weather in Sheridan, old man winter has finally shown himself as we received several inches of snow Thursday. The snow was enough to cause the city to declare their first snow alert of the season.

New Salary Rules Explained at Chamber Event Thursday

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce brought in Brad Cave, a partner with the law firm of Holland and Hart in Cheyenne, to explain the new salary basis rules under the Fair Labor Standards Act on Thursday.

State Canvassing Board Certifies Election Results

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The Wyoming State Canvassing Board certified the State’s General Election results Wednesday in Cheyenne.

Buffalo Schools to Release Kids Early

Johnson County School District One will be releasing students three hours early today, due to inclement weather.

Commission Approves Homeland Security Grant

The Sheridan County Commissioners Tuesday approved a grant award agreement for the U.S. Department of Transportation, Hazardous Materials Emergency Planning Grant through the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security.

Black Tooth Pint Nights Raise Funds for Local Non-Profits

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Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan has been helping out local non-profit organizations with their “Community Pint Night” event.

Reading, Book Signing Set for Sunday

At least 15 authors will be at the Sagebrush Community Art Center Sunday to read and sign copies of “Blood, Water, Wind and Stone,” an anthology in which the works of more than 70 Wyoming writers appear.