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June 29th

Help Stuff the Bus

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Bethesda Worship Center in Sheridan is Looking to Stuff the Bus

The Boys and Girls Club in Lame Deer, MT contacted Bethesda Worship Center in Sheridan Thursday looking for assistance for those who've lost their homes in Ashland, MT from the Ash Creek Fire.

City Council Approves One Item, Tables Another at Special Meeting

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City Council Approves One Item, Tables Another at Special Meeting

The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting over the noon hour Thursday, where they approved on second reading an assessment ordinance for the Sheridan Commercial Park SID #78 that will provide infrastructure improvements to the park.

Jordan World Circus Performs Friday In Buffalo

The Jordan World Circus will perform one show at the Johnson County Fairgrounds Friday evening at 7pm.

According to their website, acts may include aerialists, balancing acts, high-wire acts and of course, various animal acts, depending on the venue.

SMH Budget Accounts For Millions in “Bad Debt”

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital board of trustees approved the FY 2013-2014 budget Wednesday.

Sheridan G&F Office Manager Receives Peer Award

Sheridan Game and Fish Office Manager Lori Roe was awarded the 2011 Peer Recognition Award at a Wyoming Game and Fish Department meeting held at the YMCA of the Bighorns near Buffalo on June 13.

Serve Wyoming Promotes Volunteer Initiative

Lawyers, doctors, administrative professionals and other skilled workers have a new outlet to facilitate charitable contributions to the community.

June 28th

Cato Fire In Mop-Up Stages, Says Jo Co Fire Chief

Johnson County Fire Chief Wes Johnson

The Cato Fire, which has burned 27,700 acres northeast of Buffalo, is in mop-up stages as of Thursday evening, according to Johnson County Fire Chief Wes Johnson.

Lummis Weighs In on Affordable Care Act

Congresswoman, Cynthis Lummis, spoke to Sheridan Media shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act, sometimes referred to as “Obamacare.”

Senator Enzi Expresses Disappointment in Supreme Court Ruling

Senator Enzi Expresses Disappointment in Supreme Court Ruling

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi was quick to express his disappointment with the Supreme Court's ruling that the 2010 Affordable Health Care Act is constitutional, giving the the Government the power to continue implementing the law.

Johnson County Fire Chief On Cato Fire Situation

A tired but hopeful Johnson County Fire Chief Wes Johnson took a few minutes to update Sheridan Media on the status of the Cato Fire northeast of Buffalo.