October 5th, 2012

Flaming Bronc - Ready for Action

At 7:39 pm Thursday evening a tradition was started as the Flaming Bronc was first ignited during Homecoming Festivities held on Grinnell Plaza. Activities Director and Bronc Head Football Coach Don Julian said he hopes this event on Grinnell Plaza is but the first of many.

How likely are you to vote in this year's general election?

The Bank of Sheridan
90% (707 votes)
2% (15 votes)
Not At All
7% (54 votes)
2% (13 votes)
Total votes: 789

Gilead Fire Area Reopened, Restrictions Lifted

The area closure surrounding the Gilead Fire has been lifted, as have Stage I fire restrictions.

Forest supervisor Bill Bass stated, “We’d like to thank the public for their understanding and cooperation since the restrictions were imposed.”

Wyoming Atheists Organizing Lobby Efforts This Month

A nationally operating atheist group has plans to start a Wyoming chapter this month to help citizens to organize and lobby lawmakers for stronger separation of religion and legislation.

Conservationists to Buy Land to Prevent Gas Drilling

A land conservation group has reached a long-sought agreement to prevent a gas drilling project in northwest Wyoming by buying out a vast area of mineral leases inside Bridger-Teton National Forest.

October 4th


BRONC FOOTBALL - The Sheridan Broncs host Laramie tonight we will have the game live for you on 14-10 KWYO and 87.7 ESPN radio.

The First Federal savings bank pregame show will start at 6:30 with kickoff at 7:00.

ACT and Sheridan college will also join us to bring you the live webcast on line at and cable channel 21.

The Broncs are 4-2 heading into the game with Laramie tonight the Plainsmen are 1-5.

County Looking To Purchase Man-Lift For New Judicial Center

Johnson County Commissioners

Johnson County's Commissioners, at their meeting this week, discussed the possible purchase of a man-lift for maintenance and cleaning of the new Judicial/Justice Center complex.

Substantial Completion Signed For Jo Co Judicial Center

Johnson County Judicial Center

At their meeting this week, the Johnson County Commissioners ratified the Certificate Of Substantial Completion for the new Judicial Center building.