Johnson County

Sheridan Musicians, Gary Small & the Coyote Brothers, have been nominated for two major awards at the 12th annual Native American Music Awards (NAMA).

The Buffalo High School Drama Department will present their Spring play this Friday and Saturday at the BHS Auditorium.

The play, entitled “Ivan's Place” will be directed by Lori Lyle, who also wrote the story.

The Buffalo City Council, at their last meeting, accepted the proposal from Nelson Engineering of Buffalo for the design work on the South Water Line Replacement Project.

The Parent Information Center of Buffalo will offer a workshop Tuesday designed to help parents, childcare providers and educators find ways to help children with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) become more successful in every aspect of their lives.

Sheridan is being targeted by another wave of scam artists. The first newly reported scam involves a telephone caller who insists the recipient is being watched by their Internet provider.

Wyoming Governor, Matt Mead, has signed a bill into law that ends mandatory life imprisonment penalties for murders under the age of 18.

A bill that would have increased state worker retirement contributions has died after lawmakers were unable to find a compromise on the two versions that passed the House and Senate earlier in the session.

United Blood Services is kicking off a three-day blood drive at the Best Western Sheridan Center Ballroom. Mike Frigon, a blood donor recruiter, says this week's drive is being held to accommodate special needs of the season.

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