UPDATE: Interviews for Patton's Replacement Set for Today

A state representative to fill the seat held by recently deceased Representative John Patton of Sheridan is expected to be chosen today by the Sheridan County Commission.

City Eyes Aquatics Center Partnership

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(Photo by Ron Richter)

The Sheridan City Council will consider a partnership with the Sheridan County YMCA at their meeting tonight. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Pinewood Derby Time

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A crowd of race car fans cheered their favorite cars on to the finish line at the annual Pinewood Derby held in the showroom of Hammer Chevrolet in downtown Sheridan and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott was at the finish line.

‘Growing the Perfect Tomato’

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No matter the garden, it just wouldn’t be a garden without the tomato plant in it. Saturday afternoon, Janelle Gray, owner of Landon’s Greenhouse, presented a workshop offering the tips and secrets of growing that perfect tomato.

‘Behind the Picket Fence’

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Anything vintage, hand-crafted, or a variety of artwork could be found in the Sheridan County Fairground’s Exhibit Hall and Pavillion Saturday, during the “Behind the Picket Fence” Market.

This Week’s Poll Question

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Twenty-three states plus the District of Columbia have medical marijuana programs yet Wyoming hasn’t even debated the issue.

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Sheridan FFA Scores High in Competition

Members of Sheridan's John B. Kendrick FFA Chapter brought home three important state championships and a field of other honors from the Wyoming State FA Convention in Cheyenne this month.

Buffalo Firefighters To Be Better Compensated

Buffalo's Volunteer Firefighters will be compensated a little better for their time both in preparing for and on actual fire calls if an ordinance introduced in the last city council meeting passes two more readings.

County Frustrated With Issues At Judicial/Justice Center

Johnson County's Commissioners are growing more frustrated with ongoing issues at the county-owned Judicial/Justice Center that have yet to be resolved by the contractor who built the facilities just a few years ago.