Governor Applauds Federal Greater Sage-Grouse Strategy

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead is supporting the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s plan to invest $211 million to help with Wyoming’s and other western states' efforts on greater sage-grouse habitat.

Former Councilman Supports City Administrator Position

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Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter recently sat down with a former Sheridan City Councilman to get his perspective on the position of city administrator. Here’s the report.

Big Horn Celebrates with Heritage Days

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(Photo by Judy Hagerott)

Big Horn Heritage Days, the annual celebration of the community of Big Horn, just south of Sheridan, will once again take place this weekend. Organizer Doug Meier says that the celebration began in 2012 as a means to celebrate the history of Big Horn.

Week Left to Register for Flood Disaster Relief

This is the last week for residents of Johnson County to apply for federal disaster assistance in connection with spring flooding.

Yellowstone Opens Snowmobile Access Lottery Program

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The application period has begun for those interested in obtaining a permit for a non-commercially guided snowmobile trip into Yellowstone National Park during the upcoming winter season. A permit is required for all non-commercially guided snowmobile groups to enter the park.

New Air Service to Start Nov. 19

Denver Air Connection will start flying out of the airport in Sheridan on Nov. 19.

Hospital Board Approves Joint Venture for Dialysis

Sheridan Memorial Hospital trustees have entered into a joint venture with a clinic in Billings to provide renal dialysis services in Sheridan.

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St. Francis Animal Shelter's 4K Paws Fundraiser Wednesday

Buffalo's St. Francis Animal Shelter will be having their annual 4K Paws Walk/Run fundraiser this Wednesday evening at Washington Park in Buffalo.

Council to Rezone Downtown Buffalo Business District

The third and final reading of the Ordinance changing the zoning of the downtown business district will be at tonight's Buffalo City Council meeting.