Johnson County

The next court appearance for a Montana man suspected of abducting and assaulting an 11-year-old Wyoming girl has been delayed.

Johnson County's Commissioners approved a request to provide land for a proposed indoor shooting complex at their last commission meeting, although a specific site has yet to be designated.

Dozens of people gathered at the Black Tooth Brewing Co. Thursday night for a special presentation by a local business owner and current CEO of one of the state's fastest growing internet technology companies. The presentation was part of the Wyoming Technology Business Center's Entrepreneur-to-Entrepreneur program. Chris Foy has more.

A film featuring views of the Bighorn Mountains and downtown Sheridan - with footage that might have been shot as early as the 1940's - will be coming to a television screen near you soon on Channel 22.

Although they had a “soft” opening and have been serving people since Buffalo's Oktoberfest celebration last month, the Clear Creek Brewing Company will have their official Grand Opening ceremonies this Saturday at their brewpub.


The Johnson County Commissioners have announced that their public meeting to introduce the various proposals, allow input from the rest of the commission, and to gather input and comments from the public will be Tuesday, October 30th at 9am in the Commission Offices at the historic courthouse.

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For the past 30 years, on a night near Halloween, screams and shrieks can be heard coming from the Murphy house at 138 Fish Hatchery Road in Story. That's because Glen and Marilyn have hosted a haunted house at their residence since they moved to Story decades ago.

Frigid weather predicted to pass over Sheridan has caused “Pet-O-Ween” to be moved indoors. Kandy DeTavernier, lead organizer of the Dog and Cat Shelter's annual fundraiser, provides the details.

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