Sheridan County State Legislator, Rosie Berger, said the state is in a financial rough spot due to low natural gas prices.
As part of its series celebrating April being National Poetry Month, the library hosted a poetry reading with Jane Wohl, Thursday evening.
Wohl shared a poem called “Triage” which is also the name of her second published book of poetry.
The Sheridan City Council will hold a special meeting next Monday to fill the open seat vacated by John Bigelow at the end of March. City Clerk Scott Badley says that they've received letters of interest from two applicants.
Recently Sheridan College freshman Kate Barlow had the opportunity to attend the full session of the 2012 Legislature from February 10th to March 9th.
The Daniels Fund has announced that 24 high school seniors from Wyoming have been named Daniels Scholars and will receive funding to attend the college or university of their choice.
At last week's City Council meeting, Buffalo City Planner Zach Montgomery updated them on a number of projects his department is working on or overseeing.
The Veterans Affairs Women's Program is hoping female veterans will sign up for a day-long event entitled Promote Our Women Warriors Of Wyoming (POW-WOW).
Sheridan College in Johnson County has taken some time off from their Artist Showcases, but has a new exhibit up now that will be featured until the end of May.
The Johnson County Healthcare Center Board of Trustees had their monthly meeting Wednesday, and heard a mediocre financial report from Adminstrator Sandy Ward.
Local poet, Jane Wohl, will be reading selections from her new book, “Triage” at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library tonight at 7 PM.