Council Approves Annexation Ordinance

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An ordinance annexing a little over an acre of property located near the intersection of College Avenue and Washington Street was approved this week by the Sheridan City Council.

Permit Requirements for Yellowstone

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As the tourist season in Wyoming draws near, officials with Yellowstone National Park encourage people who intend to capture images, videos or sound recordings for commercial purposes to review their permit requirements before arriving in the park.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The University of Wyoming is reviewing an encounter between students and a state senator over an academic project on guns that the students presented at a recent public forum.

Question Prompts Criticism of Congress

This week's poll question asked if the Senate should have changed the rules for a Supreme Court nominee. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair took the question to a few people on the street. Here's her report.

Buffalo Meetings To Address Liquor Law Changes

The City of Buffalo has scheduled two meetings in the coming weeks to discuss with local liquor dealers and city and county government the changes to made to Wyoming liquor laws that will take effect on July 1st and how city code will need be modified to adapt to those changes.

Commissioners Approve Changes To Personnel Policy

During their Tuesday meeting the Johnson County Commissioners approved a change to the recently revised personnel policy for county employees that will affect an employee's leave of absence.

1% Committee Recommends $669K In County Funding

The One-Percent Committee, during meetings with the Johnson County Commissioners and Buffalo City Council Tuesday, revealed their recommendations for funding of various entities for the government agencies to consider.

A Look Back in Time: April 20, 1917

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 20, 1917.

Airport Manager Presents Budget to County

Sheridan County Airport Manager John Stopka is asking for $190,000 from the county's general fund for the fiscal year that starts on July 1, plus $200,000 in funds from the optional 1 percent sales tax that the county levies.

Library Board Adopts New Policy Regarding Children

The Sheridan County Public Library System has a new policy in place regarding unattended children and disruptive behavior.

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