A federal judge has ruled that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service acted properly in prohibiting the Northern Arapaho Tribe from killing bald eagles for religious purposes on its central Wyoming reservation.
Christmas Stroll Committee Chair Judy Taylor, left and Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey, right, presenting this year's Stroll Button winner J.R. Scott with a few goodies Friday at City Hall. (Photo Courtesy of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce)
Big Horn Elementary student J.R. Scott shows off his winning art for this year's Christmas Stroll button contest. (Photo Courtesy of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce)
Big Horn Elementary student J.R. Scott was presented with one-hundred dollars in Chamber Bucks Friday at Sheridan City Hall for designing this year's Christmas Stroll button. Scott also received a framed piece of the original artwork and the first stroll button to go along with the Chamber Bucks.
Wyoming Governor Matt Mead announced Friday that Dayton resident Shelley Cundiff will take over as the new Circuit Court Judge in the Fourth Judicial District that makes up Sheridan and Johnson Counties. Cundiff will replace Judge John Sampson, who's announced his retirement at the end of the year. Cundiff says that she takes the position very seriously.
With winter's official entry this weekend, city officials in Sheridan County are reminding citizens to drive with snow compensation in mind. Mayor of Dayton, Bob Wood, said citizens should also park so plows can get through.
The Friends of the Library are hosting their annual silent and live auction fundraiser Saturday night at Sheridan Fulmer Public Library. Executive director, Cameron Duff, said everyone is welcome to purchase tickets at the door.
Senators from Colorado, Wyoming and South Dakota are encouraging federal officials to use the timber industry to help thin forests prone to wildfires, like ones that raged across their states this summer.
At their meeting Tuesday the Buffalo City Council approved a request from the Buffalo Downtown Association to have a fireworks display downtown during their “Light Up Buffalo” celebration November 24th.
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