Student Cited for Possession of E-Cigarette

An updated state law and school policy have not deterred some minors from using electronic cigarettes. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the details.

Celebrating Five Year Olds

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A tradition since 1959, Sheridan Memorial Hospital has sponsored a party for all five year-olds and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was there and brings us this story.

“Out of the Darkness” Walk

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Every minute of every day, a suicide attempt is made. Saturday, the Sheridan County Coalition for Suicide Prevention held its signature fundraising campaign called “Out of the Darkness” community walk.

First-Ever Sludge Trudge

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Who says the fairgrounds is just for rodeo? Saturday was the first-ever Sludge Trudge Obstacle Course held all over the fairgrounds property. The course had both mud and dry land obstacles that were definitely not for those who were afraid to get a little down and dirty.

One of a Kind License Plate

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The Wyoming License Plate Society held its Fall License Plate Meet Saturday at the Sheridan Best Western. License plate collectors from across Wyoming, Montana, and Colorado gathered to show and sell their collectables.

3rd Annual “Suds and Spurs” Brewfest Continues to Grow

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Nineteen craft brewers from five states were on hand for the third annual “Suds and Spurs” Brewfest, a Chamber of Commerce fundraiser.

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Library Hosting Book Sale This Week

The Johnson County Library will be having a book sale this week, featuring hardback books from many different authors and covering a vast genre of topics.

Commissioners OK Paperwork For Airport Land Swap

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved the chair to sign paperwork, easements, titles and deeds in preparation of performing a land swap of lands they own near the airport with landowners there that will allow the planned airport expansion and runway re-alignment.

Buffalo PD Gives Latest Report To Council

Buffalo Police Lt. Andy Tkach gave the report from the department to the city council during their last regular meeting, standing in for Chief Jason Carder.