There's plenty to do in Buffalo this weekend, from shopping to fireworks to dinner and everything in between to kick off this first shopping weekend after Thanksgiving.
Governor Matt Mead submitted his proposed budget proposal for the next two years today. In contrast to the steep upward trajectory of state spending over the last decade, Governor Mead’s budget is flat.
Earlier this week we reported that the City of Sheridan's last remaining bar and grill license went to Custom Group Properties LLC, owners of the Historic Sheridan Inn.
The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities, or CARF International, have accredited the Sheridan County Adult Drug Court for a period of three years.
Think local and think small for Small Business Saturday this weekend. That note comes from the Small Business Administration, as Wyomingites get ready to tackle their holiday shopping lists.
A local foundation working toward reopening a ski area in the Big Horns is a few thousand dollars closer to its goal.
It was the 35th annual Turkey Trot Thursday morning at Kendrick Park.
Buffalo's third annual Movember Mustache Gala Party happened Tuesday evening at the Occidental Hotel, and this year, two individuals tied for the title of “Mr. Movember.”
Public meetings to gather input on the draft zoning regulations compiled by the planning and zoning commission have been set for next week in both Buffalo and Kaycee.
Sheridan College in Johnson County has raised more than $34,500 to use for a scholarship endowment.