Col. John Butler, who's been with the Wyoming Highway Patrol for 30 years, serving since 2012 as the administrator of the division, will retire June first.
Sentencing for the man who pleaded guilty to burglarizing the Sheridan Tent and Awning store in Sheridan last July has been scheduled for June.
No one was injured in a grass fire over the weekend off Decker Road north of Sheridan, which burned about five acres.
A jury trial date has been set for one of three people accused of burglarizing a storage unit and advertising the stolen items for sale on Facebook last month.
A state representative to fill the seat held by recently deceased Representative John Patton of Sheridan is expected to be chosen today by the Sheridan County Commission.
The Sheridan City Council will consider a partnership with the Sheridan County YMCA at their meeting tonight. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.
No matter the garden, it just wouldn’t be a garden without the tomato plant in it. Saturday afternoon, Janelle Gray, owner of Landon’s Greenhouse, presented a workshop offering the tips and secrets of growing that perfect tomato.
Anything vintage, hand-crafted, or a variety of artwork could be found in the Sheridan County Fairground’s Exhibit Hall and Pavillion Saturday, during the “Behind the Picket Fence” Market.