October 11th, 2013

County Releases Cap Tax Project Details

Details on Cap Tax road projects for Sheridan County have now been included on a website called

October 10th


HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL - We have a live high school football triple header for you today we get started this afternoon at Tongue River's home coming game with the Wright Panthers, Ron Richter has a preview.

The Big Horn Rams play at Wheatland tonight the Rams are 4-1 the Bulldogs are 5-0 we will have the game live for you on 87.7 FM kickoff is set for 6:00.

Rams Head coach Micheal McGuire says as advertised the Bulldogs have a very good team.

Council Wants Problems Fixed

Buffalo's City Council, at their last meeting, discussed leaks that have happened at the new Criminal Justice Center's roof, and how to address them getting repaired.

Buffalo Hosts Pumpkin Festival

Northstar Energy and Construction will be offering to the Buffalo community their sixth annual Pumpkin Festival this Saturday at Crazy Woman Square.

County Considers Land Sale

Lands in southern Johnson County, one 80-acre parcel and two 10-acre parcels, that have apparently been owned by the county for an unknown amount of time, may be offered for sale by the county if approved by the county commissioners.

Tongue River Hosts Wright for Homecoming

(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Tongue River Eagles football team will host Wright this afternoon in Dayton. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has a preview.

Lady Rams Rebound and Down the Buffalo Lady Bison

After dropping the first game 29 to 27 the Big Horn Lady Rams came back strong and defeated the Lady Bison from Buffalo at home on Thursday evening 3 games to 1. In the second game it was all Lady Rams as they downed the Lady Bison 25 to 6.

Sheridan Mayor Talks Cap Tax

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In a little less than a month, Sheridan County voters will take to the polls to either vote for or against renewal of the Capital Facilities Tax.

Committee Encourages Land Stewardship

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The Public Land Users Committee was formed in Sheridan County a little over a decade ago to work as a conduit to to promote and enhance recreational access to public lands through responsible use, education, and other means as appropriate to encourage and secure proper stewardship of these lands.

Organizers Call Women's Hunt Success

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The snow storm may have kept Wyoming's First Lady away, but not the other avid hunters. 34 made it to the Ranch at Ucross in the northeastern part of the state and all but two harvested an antelope in the first ever women's hunt.