The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon is this Wednesday at the Best Western Sheridan Center. Chamber Executive Director Dixie Johnson explains that governmental updates will be the theme of the program.
Victim Advocate Rhonda Weber, as a representative of the Sheridan Advocacy & Resource Center, was a guest on the Thursday edition of Public Pulse. The focus of her visit was to discuss crime victims' rights.
Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Director Angela Jarvis recently attended the Rocky Mountain International, or RMI Roundup in Rapid City, S.D. to promote Buffalo and the entire Powder River Country to prospective vacationers from around the world.
There’s more than one way to cure cabin fever and that’s by going to a craft bazaar. The 13th annual “Spring Fling” craft show was held Saturday at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds and shoppers came out by the droves.
With springtime hopefully not too far away, now is the time to vaccinate your pets before the warm weather settles in for good. Veterinarian Dr. Mark Schreiber explains why it's so important to have your animals vaccinated soon.
On the March 4th edition of the Jackson Electric Open Line, a caller phoned in to inquire why the crosswalk lights on Big Horn Avenue are currently in use since Meadowlark Elementary School on DeSmet has been torn down and the new school won't be finished for a number of months.
The Sisters in Christ group invite area women to join them for a morning of fellowship, fun, laughter, encouragement and inspiration. A non-denominational organization, the “Everyday Woman: Ordinary to Extraordinary” presentation will take place Saturday, March 5th from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.