September 26th, 2012

SMH Foundation Elects New Leadership

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation has some new leadership. Ada Kirven, Foundation Director, announces her teammates.

Little Guy Football at Sunset

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Tuesday's sunset over the Cowboys and Dolphins Football game serves as a reminder that the Little Guy Football season is drawing to a close. Only two evenings of 1st - 4th grade football remain while four nights of regular season for the 5th - 6th grade tackle football remain. It looks like there will be four nights of playoff football for the tackle teams - October 9, 10, 16 & 17.

City of Sheridan Hosts Classes on New Building Codes

The City of Sheridan Building Department is offering a series of classes for architects, engineers, building contractors, and design professionals to get up to speed on the city's new building codes.

Buffalo Chamber Reports Numbers From Oktoberfest

Angela Jarvis and Rachel McCaughey at this year's Oktoberfest.

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce released numbers from last weekend's Oktoberfest, and they are similar to last year's numbers, they said.

New, Affordable Housing Opens This Week

Don't be surprised if there are a lot of moving trucks on the roads this week; Sheridan's newest housing units are opening. Three new buildings belonging to Highland Property Management on the west end of 5th Street have been under construction the past several months.

Brewfest Raises 20K for Chamber of Commerce

(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan Chamber of Commerce has reported this year's Brewfest raised $20,500.


RAM FOOTBALL - The Big Horn Rams football team has jumped to number two in the latest high school football rankings which were released Tuesday night.

The Rams are coming off a 30-26 come from behind win over previous number two team Glenrock and Rams Head coach Micheal McGuire says it was good to see the players face some adversity and find a way to come back and post the victory against a very good team.

And McGuire says the rams are 4-0 and still a work in progress but they are getting better each week.

Loss of AML Funds Threatens State Budget

Top Wyoming officials say congressional action to block about $700 million in federal Abandoned Mine Land payments to the state over the next 10 years threatens to be devastating to the state budget.

September 25th

Buffalo's Cloud Peak School Construction 'Ahead Of The Game'

JCSD1 Board of Trustees

Johnson County School District Budiness Manager Matt Ramey updated the school board on the status of the construction of the district's new Cloud Peak School at their meeting in Kaycee Monday.

Ramey said the individual parts of the school have now become “essentially one building.”

Local Writer Wins Award For Novel 'Broken Sight'

Buffalo author Steve Rzasa.

Buffalo writer Steve Rzasa has been awarded a Carol Award for his latest book entitled Broken Sight, which was published in 2011.