January 30th, 2014

Commissioners Deliver Positive State of County Address

The annual State of the County Address was given by the County Commissioners who each gave short reports ranging from the outlook for revenue to new projects at the fairgrounds to the finalization of the lease for water rights in Lake DeSmet to the Game and Fish Department.

Madden Discusses Revenue Bills With Commissioners

State Senator John Schiffer and State Representative Mike Madden stopped by the Johnson County Commissioner's meeting Tuesday to discuss the upcoming legislative session that begins in just a few weeks.

Sheridan College Basketball Scores

Both the Generals and the Lady Generals won their matches against Western Wyoming College.

The Generals ended their night with a score of 87 to 76, while the lady generals had a final score of 72 to 64 in their favor.

Representative Talks About Supreme Court Ruling

The Wyoming Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the law enacted last year by the legislature stripping Cindy Hill of her duties as Superintendent of Public Instruction was unconstitutional.

Commissioners Discuss Local Air Service

Quality, dependable air service is something that many Americans rely on to make it to business meetings, work conferences and the occasional vacation destination. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter takes a look at how Sheridan County officials feel about the overall quality of air service in the area.

Jory Githens in "Paws for Applause" at the WYO

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Five year old kindergarten contestant Jory Githens was a hit Tuesday evening at the WYO Theater with his program "Paws for Applause" in which he showed off his dog's agility skills. The "Stars of Tomorrow" auditions continue on Thursday at 7:00 pm with the Junior High and High School division. You can view the video at:

Biographer Gives Snapshot of Sheridan Benefactor

A group gathered this week at the local community college received a unique presentation about the school's benefactor. News Director Leslie Stratmoen was there and files this report.

Before the Storm

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Snow begins to settle in over the northeast slope of the Bighorn Mountains. The latest storm moving in could bring 6 to 8 inches of the white stuff and 10 to 18 inches in higher elevations. This photo was actually taken just prior to one of the many storms we had in late 2013.

(Photo by Ron Richter)

Buffalo Police Issue Mail Theft Alert

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder has issued a press release warning the public about mail theft which has occurred in Buffalo over the last couple of weeks.

Local Police Sergeant Warns of Phone Scam

Sgt. Travis Koltiska of the Sheridan Police Department called Sheridan Media to warn the community about a recent phone scam.