Helping Wyoming’s Communities

Bob Budd from the Wyoming Wildlife and Natural Resource Trust shares about the trust during Sheridan College's first Natural Resources Lecture Series Monday night.

The first presentation for Sheridan College’s Natural Resource Lectures series took place, Monday night in the college’s CTEL room.

Unemployment Benefits: Economic Help or Hindrance?

There are many indicators that the economy is improving, both nationally and in Wyoming. That is, it is improving--except in the area where it probably matters most. Sheridan Media's Betsy Love has the story:

First JC Chamber Drawing Winners Announced

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce announced the first winning numbers in their Reverse Bingo Drawing and the Christmas Button drawing.

Buffalo City Council Preview

Buffalo City Council

Sheridan Media News Director for Johnson County, Aaron Palmer, brings us a preview of today's Buffalo City Council meeting.

Sheridan City Council Approves Subdivision Request

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Sheridan City Councilman Steve Brantz

The Sheridan City Council approved the JCM Subdivision at their meeting Monday night. The property owners, Woodland Creek Estates, LLC requested to subdivide off one of the existing homes on the 11.3 acres of property to allow it to be sold separately.

Buffalo School District Eyeing Insurance Increase

Johnson County Schoolboard

The Johnson County Schoolboard, at their meeting Monday night, discussed a 16.5 percent increase in health insurance premiums for employees in the district. Aaron Palmer has the story.

G&F Urges Motorists: Be Deer Aware

G&F wants motorists to be "deer aware" while driving.
G&F wants motorists to be "deer aware" while driving.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Regional Office in Sheridan has received many phone calls recently of injured deer near roadways.

Barrasso Feels Washington Should Keep Taxes Low for All Americans

U.S. Senator John Barrasso
U.S. Senator John Barrasso

Over the weekend, U.S. Senator John Barrasso voted against two measures that would have extended Bush-era tax cuts.

Trees of Love at Sheridan Memorial

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Leslie Viren, Jennifer Lueders, Janet Lowman and Ariel Downing -- Brinton Flutes -- entertained a crowd of about 40 with holiday music at the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Auxiliary's Annual Trees of Love Tree Lighting on Sunday. (Courtesy Photo)

The annual Trees of Love Lighting Ceremony took place Sunday afternoon at Sheridan Memorial Hospital. Hospital Community Relations Director Cecile Pattison says that lights on the four large evergreen trees in front of the hospital may still be purchased.

Community Holiday Dinner Sunday Night

Sunday evening marked the 20th anniversary of the Community Holiday Dinner and it was deemed another success.  Hungry hordes arrived early, forming a line that snaked its way around the atrium area of the Sheridan Holiday Inn waiting to be served up a fabulous turkey dinner with all the trimmings.