Sheridan County

Laramie High School took top honors in the 17th Annual Wyoming Academic Challenge at Sheridan College over the weekend.  Members of the team took home a trophy, medals, and one-year full tuition scholarships from Sheridan College.

Arrests have been made in connection with Friday's early morning fire at Joy Appliance and Video in Buffalo.

Joseph Kelly, age 20 and Benjamin Kent, age 21 are presently being held at the Johnson County Justice Center on charges of Arson in the third degree.

The Wellness Council of Sheridan County is looking for participants in their latest Pathways to Wellness program entitled “Climbing Mt. Everest.” Wellness Council Executive Director Michele Fritz explains.

For the first time in Sheridan County 4-H history, a project expo will be held today at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall.

Buffalo Fire crews responded to a report of a structure fire at about 4am Friday at Joy Appliance and Video on North Lobban Street.

Inpatient numbers at Sheridan Memorial Hospital continue to be down when compared to last year. The lower numbers have resulted in a drop in revenue says Hospital Chief Financial Officer Ed Johlman.

Bighorn National Forest Supervisor Bill Bass and Powder River District Ranger Mark Booth spoke with the Johnson County Commissioners at their last meeting to urge them to access the Fire Suppression Fund through the State of Wyoming for help in paying for the suppression of last summer's Gilead Fire

No doubt about it, it's a digital world out there and the Sheridan County Libraries are keeping pace. Digital magazines are being added to their collection of online resources through Zinio Digital Magazines.

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