Jo Co Commission Hears Concerns Over Animal Regs

Commissioner Smokey Wildeman

A number of citizens concerned with Johnson County's new animal regulations that were recently adopted addressed the County Commission at their meeting Tuesday.

Buffalo Council Throws Out Bids, Will Re-bid Project

The Buffalo City Council, at their meeting Tuesday voted to throw out bids received for landscaping work at the new wastewater treatment plant.

Fiber Art Show at the Library

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Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library is a blanket of color for the month of October, literally. Thursday night a reception was held for the fiber artists.

Buffalo Councilman Hepp Found Dead in His Home *Updated with Obituary*

Buffalo City Councilman Bruce Hepp was found dead in his residence Thursday evening in Buffalo, apparently of natural causes.
Not a lot of information is known at this time, but Buffalo Mayor Randy Dyess released a statement Thursday night.

Bruce Hepp Obituary

Funeral services for Bruce Hepp, 52-year-old Buffalo resident who passed away peacefully Thursday evening at his home in Buffalo, will be held Monday, October 10th at 2:00 p.m. at the Big Horn Baptist Church in Buffalo with Pastor Clay Alexander officiating.

City of Sheridan and SAWS Receive Good News From the State

City of Sheridan and SAWS Receive Good News From the State

The City of Sheridan and the Sheridan Area Water Supply received some good news out of Cheyenne Thursday as the State Loan and Investment Board approved almost $6 million in grants and long-term low interest loans for the Big Goose and Sheridan Water Treatment Plants.

Winter Weather Advisory Forces Some Yellowstone Nat'l Park Road Closures

(Updated Friday Oct. 7): All roads in Yellowstone are now open except for the East Entrance Road over Sylvan Pass and Dunraven Pass between Tower and Canyon, which has been closed for the season.

NSI Hosts 3rd Annual Career Fair

Representatives from TSP Inc talk to students about engineering, architecture and construction that their company does in Sheridan. TSP was one of about 22 tables at the NSI Job Fair Thursday on their campus in Sheridan.

Normative Services held their 3rd Annual Career Fair Thursday morning in their gymnasium, offering students a chance to see about twenty different career choices from around the Sheridan area.

March Against Family Violence is Saturday

Rhonda Weber, Victim Advocate with Advocacy and Resource Center. (Sheridan Media file photo)

In recognition of National Domestic Violence Awareness month, the Advocacy and Resource Center will host its March Against Family Violence Saturday, October 8th in downtown Sheridan to raise awareness about violence in the home.

Women's Health Issues and You

Women's Health Issues and You program to be held at Sheridan Memorial Hospital Wednesday October, 12th.

As part of October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation is sponsoring a program next week entitled Women's Health Issues and You.

SHS Students Present “Big Check” to Hospital Foundation

SHS students present a "big check" at the monthly Sheridan Memorial Hospital Board meeting Wednesday.

Sheridan High School Interact Club students presented a “big check” to Sheridan Memorial Hospital Foundation Executive Director Ada Kirven at Wednesday's Hospital Board meeting.