Saturday night, the Elks Lodge in Sheridan was home to the third annual ‘Bottoms Up Bash.’ An event aimed at raising awareness for colon cancer.

Sitting at the corner of North Main and Loucks in Sheridan, P.O. News has been Sheridan’s tobacco merchant for 100 years. Along with its more recent addition of the Flagstaff Cafe, the business continues to serve the town today, just as it did a century ago.

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson proclaimed April 5th as National Service Recognition Day in Buffalo, honoring volunteers and those who help by donating their time and efforts in their local communities.

Named and honored specifically in the proclamation was Americorps and Seniorcorps.

Half of the 14 Sheridan County delegates to the state Democratic convention in May will be supporters of Secretary of State Hilliary Clinton for president, and the other half support Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Secretary of State Ed Murray says Wyoming does have a “business-friendly module.”

Sheridan, Johnson and Campbell counties are working together, and putting together a new vision of how to do business.

Drivers can expect to see crews with the Wyoming Department of Transportation installing 70 mph speed limit signs in Northeast Wyoming on Monday and Tuesday. According to a release from WYDOT, this will bring roads up to the new statutory speed limit for non-interstate highways in Wyoming that was r

Leland Christensen, Republican candidate for Wyoming’s lone seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, has spent the last couple of days touring Northeast Wyoming visiting businesses and talking with community members in Gillette and Sheridan.

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