June 22nd, 2012

Community-Wide Garage Sale Saturday In Buffalo

Trinkets and treasures...YAY!

The annual Community-Wide Garage Sale, organized by the Buffalo Bulletin, will be this Saturday in at least 20 locations in and around town.

Mead Requesting More Public Comment Time on Proposed Fracking Rules

Mead Requesting More Public Comment Time on Proposed Fracking Rules

In a media release issued by Governor Matt Mead's Office, it states that the Governor is asking Secretary of the Interior, Ken Salazar, to extend the comment period on proposed hydraulic fracturing rules.

Johnson County Approves Recommended Board Appointments

At their meeting Tuesday, the johnson County Commissioners approved a number of people recommended to serve on various boards in the county.

Buffalo Council OKs Design Phase For NW Water Pipeline

At their meeting Tuesday, the Buffalo City Council agreed to sign an agreement to begin the design phase of the NW Water Pipeline Project.

June 21st


SHERIDAN TROOPER BASEBALL - The Sheridan Troopers open up a three day tournament in Powell today they will play five games over the next three days Head coach Ben Phillips.

And Phillips says the pitching staff is all lined up for the next five days because they also have a home game Tuesday night against Casper.

First of the Summer Third Thursday

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Shoe Shine Boy, seven year-old Coye Gregory

It was the first Third Thursday Street Festival of the summer and close to 3000 folks showed up to shop, eat, and visit with old friends in downtown historic Sheridan. Main Street was blocked off to all but foot traffic and vendors displaying their wares.

In Case You Missed It

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The first 3rd Thursday Street Festival of the year in Downtown Sheridan had a little something for everyone.

Photos by Ron Richter

First 3rd-Thursday "Fire in the Sky" finale

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Concluding the first 3rd-Thursday Street Festival of the year was the "Fire in the Sky" finale at 9:00 pm. What a magnificent conclusion to a perfect evening on Main Street in Sheridan. This view is looking down Grinnell Plaza toward Main Street with City Hall in the center and the show above.

Wyoming Supreme Court Considers Sheridan Homicide

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Wyoming Supreme Court Considers Sheridan Homicide

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - A lawyer says a Sheridan man serving life without parole in the January 2010 stabbing death of another man deserves a new trial. The Wyoming Supreme Court on Thursday heard arguments in the appeal of Shawn Osborne.

NWCCD Board Addresses Budget and Property Transfer

Sheridan College President Dr. Paul Young

The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees at their meeting Wednesday night approved the transfer of ownership of the Sheridan Commercial Park from the City of Sheridan to SEEDA.