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March 28th, 2017

Buffalo Compliance Checks Net One Unlawful Sale

Tobacco compliance checks performed by the Buffalo police Department netted only one illegal sale to a minor during the check of area establishments on Friday, March 10th, according to Police Chief Jason Carder.

Johnson County's TW Road Project Awaiting IRP Decision

Johnson County's planned TW Road Project is tentatively scheduled to begin next spring or summer, and County Road and Bridge Supervisor Scott Pehringer gave an update to the county commissioners during a recent meeting on where in the planning process the project currently sits.

Buffalo Council Gives Appreciation To Local Business

Mayor Mike Johnson awarded a Certificate of Appreciation to Tree Mechanics, LLC of Buffalo saying that owner Garrett Dotson and his crew trimmed all of the trees downtown at no cost to the city, which the mayor said he appreciated very much.

A Look Back in Time: March 29, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on March 29, 1917.

Wyoming Wilderness Association Has New Executive Director

Marco Restani will be in Sheridan on April 3 for his first day as the new executive director of the Wyoming Wilderness Association.

Hypnotist Chrisjones to be at Sheridan College

Hypnotist Chrisjones will appear at Sheridan College's Whitney Center for the Arts Concert Hall at 9 p.m. Wednesday.

WYO Brings in World Renowned Actor for One Man Show

What do you get when you cross a Nobel Prize Winning playwright and poet with two famous actors?

Sheridan College Lecture Series Continues Thursday

On Thursday, Sheridan College will continue their lecture series.

One Car Rollover on I-90 South of Sheridan Causes Minor Injuries

On Tuesday morning, a one car rollover crash occurred on Interstate 90 just south of Sheridan. According to WYDOT Public Information Specialist Ronda Holwell, the crash caused minor injuries to the passengers.

Spring Flood Potential

The spring flood outlook for Sheridan County remains low to moderate, however, that can change considerably in the next month. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.