Archive - 2013 - News

November 9th

Art Show Opens

Gary and Susan Miller of Sheridan check out the artwork in the Sagebrush Community Art Center. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Paintings and painted chairs are open to the public in a show and sale this month at the SAGE Exhibit Gallery in the Sheridan College building on Main Street in downtown Sheridan.

November 8th

Chamber Presents Obamacare Talk

Wyoming Insurance Commissioner Tom Hirsig will be in Sheridan next Thursday morning (Nov. 14) to talk about the federal Affordable Health Care Act – also known as Obamacare – and how area residents can participate.

Money Needed To Re-Open Ski Area

Tarver snowboards down the slope, alongside Weitz's ski tracks. (Photo Provided)

Resurrecting a 50-year-old ski area that's west of Sheridan, in the Bighorn Mountains, has become a mission for two local men.

Maverick Road Closes

Maverick Road south of Sheridan will be closed next week for a waterline relocation project.

Tippin Wows Sheridan Crowd

Aaron Tippin (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

Country music star Aaron Tippin brought his hillbilly country style music to a delighted group of fans Thursday night in Sheridan at the WYO.

Hospital Opens Urgent Care Center

Cecile Pattison, right, appeared on Public Pulse with Leslea Rapp. (Photo by Leslie Stratmoen)

The Sheridan Memorial Hospital's new Urgent Care facility is now open.

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CORRECTIONS RECORDS

Panel denies Corrections Dept. records proposal

November 8th

Buffalo Police Acquire Climbing Wall

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder asked the Buffalo City Council to approve the department acquiring a mobile climbing wall from the Wyoming National Guard for no cost to the city, other than annual maintenance costs.

Poker Tournament Benefits Food Pantry

The Bread Of Life Food Pantry in Buffalo will be the beneficiary of a Texas Hold 'Em Poker Tournament this weekend at the Cowboy Saloon in Buffalo.

YMCA Not At Odds With Library Over Projects

Members of the YMCA Board spoke to the Johnson County Commissioners at their Tuesday meeting, asking them to please “not close any doors” on their project to replace the aging YMCA building.