A Look Back in Time: June 16, 1914

A committee appointed to bring about the re-opening of telephone lines between the mines and Sheridan met this afternoon.

Three Men Boast Special Connections

Three of the more than 50 people who attended Saturday afternoon's dedication of the Crook diorama have a special connection to Gen. George Crook and his army.

71 Teams Compete in Tournament

This year's Battle-on-the-Blacktop 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament happened this past weekend in Buffalo and boasted 71 teams of all ages competing for sweatshirts and bragging rights for being the best in their age bracket.

School Board Approves Employment Requests

At their last meeting the Trustees of the Johnson County School District One Board voted to accept the various employment requests that were presented from administration from the various schools in the district.

Senior Center Chili Cookoff Draws Good Numbers

This past weekend's Buffalo Senior Center Father's Day Chili Cookoff drew some good numbers, not only in types of chili entered, but in those that showed up to sample them and vote for their favorite.

A Look Back in Time: June 15, 1914

The Gregg-Stout Bridge Company has received the contract to build the new bridge across Little Goose Creek on Broadway.

Oriental Hotel Once Sheridan County's Largest

O.P. Hanna built his Oriental Hotel in 1882 in Big Horn.

County Eyes Rocky Mountain Ambulance Agreement

Sheridan County commissioners will consider an emergency medical services agreement with Rocky Mountain Ambulance when they meet Tuesday morning.

New Exhibit Coming to Ucross

A new art exhibit, John Catterall: Wyoming Dialogues,” will open with a public reception from 3 until 5 this coming Saturday at the Ucross Foundation Art Gallery. The show, featuring work spanning more than 30 years of the artist's career, will be on view through Sept. 5.

Brinton Hosts Lecture, Book-Signing

Authors Paul A. Johnsgard and Jacqueline L. Canterbury will be featured in a lecture and book-signing at 7 o'clock Thursday evening at the Brinton Museum. The lecture will be in the reception gallery of the museum, and the book-signing will be in the gallery's gift shop.