Sheridan County representatives of Wyoming's Congressional delegation will hold “Office Hours” Tuesday morning from 10:00 to 11:00 in the Whitney Room of the Sheridan YMCA.

The Johnson County Board of Health voted during their recent quarterly meeting to relinquish their duties and responsibilities as an appeals board concerning disputes involving small waste water and septic systems in the county and allow the county commissioners to act in that capacity.

The City of Buffalo will be advertising for a new employee at the waste water treatment plant, after the city council approved Public Works Director Les Hook to advertise and hire for the position of Plant Operator.

A circuit court case and two from district court were the focus of the first night of “You Be the Judge” Tuesday as members of the audience became judges for a night at the Sheridan County Courthouse.

The Downtown Sheridan Association has awarded their week 3 winners of the Hunting for Bucks campaign with their chamber bucks. Winners Heather Hampton and Jenn Martinez signed up at the Cottonwood Shop, Cindy Ketron signed up at The Sport Shop and Justin Hulford signed at Sheridan Commercial.

The Sheridan Senior Center has already hosted two Candidate Forums for this year’s election and they will again have the candidates for State Positions on hand Thursday night at 5:30.

The 16th annual Pet-O-Ween pet costume contest to benefit the Sheridan Dog and Cat Shelter will take place Saturday morning at the Kendrick Park band shell. Registration for the costume contest begins at 10 am, with the contest itself beginning at 11.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead held a news conference Monday in response to the state's Consensus Revenue Estimating Group releasing their annual report Monday morning.

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