Many students at Buffalo High School are opting to get a number of college-level courses out of the way before they actually set foot on a college campus, thanks to courses offered through Sheridan College in Johnson County.
On Wednesday the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo hosted a number of people from the community acting as a focus group to view and give feedback on a new exhibit the museum is hoping to present this spring.
No doubt the Big Horn Mercantile Company has seen lots of snow since it opened in 1882. But perhaps this photo taken at 7:30 pm on Wednesday evening, some 131-years later, offers a different viewing perspective. Can you imagine arriving by horseback at the Merc some 100+ years ago, tying your horse to the hitching post in front of the window on the right and heading in to warm-up by the stove?
Twenty local students earned a spot on the President's Honor Roll at Sheridan College. For this achievement, these students must have maintained full-time enrollment by completing 12 or more college-level credit hours with letter grades of A or S and a semester GPA of 4.0 for every single class.
The Wyoming Department of Health is holding a medication take back program. Here in town, Sheridan Memorial Hospital and Sheridan County Public Health are two of the drop-off sites, but there are some important things to keep in mind before depositing your pills.
Winter weather has arrived in Northeast Wyoming, as evidenced by the handful of semi-truck accidents just on Interstate 90 between Sheridan and Buffalo Tuesday night. This weather can cause highway surfaces to be slick and unpredictable, and when you factor in poor visibility and blowing snow, driving can be dangerous. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has more.
A representative with Montana Dakota Utilities says at approximately 3:20 p.m. Wednesday, the power went out on the 1900 block of Big Horn Avenue and in some other areas in Sheridan. Technicians with MDU were dispatched and eventually restored power a few hours later.