The Sheridan City Council will have only one item of business to consider this evening, as there are no items under old business and just one under new business. First reading of ordinance 2125 will come before the Council this evening.
The Johnson County School Board, at their meeting April 9th, received word that the audit performed by the state on the 2009-2010 school year has been given a “clean bill of health,” according to District Business Manager Matt Ramey.
In response to last week's Sheridan Media story on the City of Buffalo and a contractor's dispute over a problem at the city's new waste water treatment plant, a representative of the company that built the plant wants to share their side of the story.
The National Weather Service has proclaimed this week as Severe Weather Awareness Week in Wyoming. NWS Warning Coordination Meteorologist Tom Frieders says last year was a busy year in Wyoming for severe weather.
The downturn in the economy is forcing some folks to tighten up their pocketbook while others just want to know more about growing their own food. Saturday at Sheridan College's Watt Agricultural Center, the 2nd annual Local Foods Expo was held with an emphasis on education and networking.
This week is National Volunteer Week. It's all about recognizing and inspiring people to engage in their communities. This week, we'll spotlight a few of the many volunteers who are such a vital part of our community.
It was the 4th Annual Pinewood Derby Classic Saturday in the Hammer Chevrolet showroom as sixteen businesses went head-to-head vying for bragging rights for the fastest car on the track. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there, in the Hammer Chevrolet showroom at race time.
Saturday was Sheridan's chance to have a mall for one day a year. P.E.O. or Philanthropic Educational Organization sponsored the “Get Out and Shop” Showcase Sale to help raise money for womens' education. Organizer Wendy Gale explains.