Cross Your Heart, Wear Your Seat Belt

Cross Your Heart, Wear Your Seat Belt (Stock photo)

The Northern Cheyenne Tribal Transportation Department has started a new campaign this month, as pow wow season begins, hoping to increase seat belt use across all American Indian reservations in the region.

Sheridan Planning Commission Discusses Revising City's PUD Ordinance

Sheridan Planning Commission Discusses Revising City's PUD Ordinance (Photo by Chris Foy)

Just before their meeting Monday night, the Sheridan City Planning Commission met with the Orion Planning Group's Joanne Garnett as she presented a potential draft version of a revised planned unit development ordinance. Garnett explains.

Planning Commission OK's Cloud Peak Ranch Rezone, Plat

Planning Commission OK's Cloud Peak Ranch Rezone, Plat (Photos by Chris Foy)

Following comments from neighbors opposed to the motion, the Sheridan City Planning Commission on Monday recommended approval of a rezone at Cloud Peak Ranch 16 from an R-1 residential district to an R-3 residential district. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy was there and has the story.

A Test of Endurance

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(Photo by Stan Woinoski)

Runners from all over the globe will be converging on the Bighorn Mountains later this week, as the Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run will begin Friday.

Battle Under the Big Horns to Take Place in Dayton

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Officials with the Tongue River Valley Community Center are busy getting ready for the Battle Under the Big Horns, which is a 3-on-3 outdoor basketball tournament.

Let the Bidding Begin

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The latest Sheridan Media online auction will get underway this Wednesday, June 12th. Along with some of the usual items, Auction Administrator Julie Chadwick says that there will be some new things for people to bid on.

Johnson County Commission Meeting Briefs

At their last meeting the Johnson County Commissioners discussed and approved a number of smaller items; accepting a grant, discussing and approving an easement, and setting the final day they will accept bills to be paid from the FY 2013 budget.

Police Chief Gives Monthly Report to Buffalo City Council

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder gave his monthly report to the city council at their last meeting, saying there were 1,346 incidents handled by his officers during the month of May.

Snakebite Savvy Saves Dogs

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It looks like summer weather is finally here to stay, and while outdoor enthusiasts in the Tongue River Basin are glad to get out and about, the threat of rattlesnakes is in the back of any recreator's mind.

Rural Kids Get Less Food Assistance

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(photo courtesy of Wyoming News Service)

A new national report shows less than one fifth of children who qualify for free or reduced school lunches have access to a comparable nutrition program when school is out for the summer.