Herrera Trial Continues

The circuit court trial of Crow tribal member Clayvin Herrera on charges involving poaching continued Thursday morning with cross-examination of Wyoming Game Warden Dustin Shorma and testimony by state Game and Fish Wildlife Investigator Scott Abell.

Grizzlies at Risk on 2 Million Acres

Posted in - Wyoming will “discourage” grizzly bears — likely by hunting — from thousands of square miles they currently occupy in the Yellowstone ecosystem, state officials said recently while describing pending plans.

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Sheridan's New Symphony Orchestra will Hold it's First Performance Saturday

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Sheridan college Director of Strings Doctor Mark Bergman began teaching at the college late last summer and one of his top priorities was to organize a new Sheridan community Orchestra and he says they are now ready for their first performance.

A Look Back in Time: April 28, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on April 28, 1916.

Herrera Trial: Game Warden Takes Stand for Three Hours

A Wyoming game warden spent more than three hours on the witness stand in the trial Wednesday of Crow tribal member Clayvin Herrera who claims he believed he was on the Crow Reservation when he and two other men killed three elk in January 2014.

Justice Center JPB OKs Items At Quarterly Meeting

The Joint Powers Board for the Buffalo/Johnson County Justice Center had their quarterly meeting with the county commissioners and approved and accepted a number of items the board had on their agenda.

Council Grants Water Tap For Property Outside City

Property owner John Iberlin brought a request before the Buffalo City Council to allow him to purchase a water tap for water service to his property in the county.

County Requests Continued Secure Rural Schools Funding

Johnson County's Commissioners approved Chairman Bill Novotny to sign a letter to lawmakers in Washington, DC asking for continued funding of the Safe Rural Schools (SRS) Program for Fiscal year 2016.

Representative Berger Weighs In on Pending Budget Cuts

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Wyoming State Representative Rosie Berger of Big Horn (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Governor Matt Mead announced Monday that he’d be meeting with the directors of the largest state agencies to determine how to move forward with budget cuts he’s ordered due to declining energy revenues.