May 17th, 2014

Road Treatments Continue

Road treatments to suppress the dust will continue next week in Sheridan County.

A Look Back in Time: May 17, 1914

Officials of the Sheridan Motor and Good Roads Club this week will send names of local members to the headquarters of the A.A.A. Autoists who have joined the local organization are automatically members of the national one.

May 16th

Registration Opens for Buffalo's Summer Art Guild

The Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council has opened registration for a one-of-a-kind bookmaking experience. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

Trustees Scrap Proposed Retirement Change

Northern Wyoming Community College District trustees last night revised a proposed change to the district's early retirement policy, after being told the policy would hurt some employees.

A Look Back in Time: May 16, 1914

Forty-five children in the dance class of Mrs. Louise Taylor last night gave a demonstration of what they have been learning.

Chamber Settles In

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is settling into its new location.

AmeriCorps Workers Host Barbecue

A group of young adults working for a federal service program in the local area have planned a get together to thank the community. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Health Dept. Releases Favorite Name Lists

The number one boys name in Wyoming for the second year in a row, according to the Wyoming Department of Health's Vital Statistics Services Program, is Liam, while Sophia topped the state’s list for girls.

Leather Show Opens

The 21st Annual Rocky Mountain Leather Show opens to the public today with nearly 70 vendors exhibiting wares from leather-working tools to saddles to works of leather art.

Warnke Sets Up Crook Camp Diorama

Sheridan artist Tom Warnke this week completed his diorama of General Crook's 1876 encampment in Sheridan.