Sheridan County School District #1 has named Tongue River Elementary School Behavioral Specialist Laurel Main as their Teacher of the Year. Main has been with the district for 8 years in a variety of different special education positions.

In recent weeks, visitors to Yellowstone National Park have been engaging in inappropriate, dangerous and illegal behavior with wildlife. The actions have not only endangered people, but have now resulted in the death of a newborn bison calf.

Buffalo Police Sergeant Garth Nicholas, sitting in for the absent Chief Jason Carder, gave the monthly report for April to the city council.

More than 400 students graduated from Sheridan College this year, including about 250 in ceremonies Saturday afternoon in the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome.

Local author Craig Johnson signed books and talked about books, book tours and his newest release, “The Highwayman,” in the Sheridan Fulmer Library Inner Circle Saturday afternoon.

Sheridan City Council President Shelleen Smith has announced that she will seek reelection to the Council. Smith stopped by Sheridan Media to discuss why she chose to run for another term.

Johnson County may be able to save a substantial amount of money when it comes time in the near future to replace their aging LEDR microwave radio system, according to Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

Johnson County's Commissioners have voted to participate in the Wyoming Public Lands Initiative.

During their last regular meeting, the commissioners brought this subject for a vote to decide whether or not to back the initiative, sponsored by the Wyoming County Commissioner's Association.

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