Claire Yorks Book Discussions at Sheridan County Libraries

Beginning this month, the annual Claire Yorks Spring Book Discussion Series will take place at Sheridan County Libraries.

New Ranchester Councilors Seated

Three councilors were administered the oath of office Tuesday night on Ranchester's town council.

Aquatic Center to Feature Non-Traditional Pools

Four years ago a group of citizens came together to discuss the aquatic needs in Sheridan.

Alcohol and Sub Zero Temps Don’t Mix Well

Posted in

There were only two alcohol related arrests by officers with the Sheridan Police Department on New Year’s Eve, one for DUI and the other for public intoxication.

Community College Collaboration

Posted in

One of the top things that was conveyed by the public during the 10 separate meetings that were held around the state by UW President Dr. Laurie Nichols, was more collaboration between the university and the State’s seven community colleges.

Wyoming News Update

Posted in

Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Perry Sworn, Commissioners Vote In Officers

Robert Perry took his oath of office Tuesday morning as he was sworn in by Judge William J. Edelman before a crowd of onlookers in the district courtroom at the Johnson County Judicial Center.

Lawrence, Madsen Sworn Onto Buffalo City Council

Travis Lawrence and Scott Madsen were sworn into office as Buffalo City Councilmen at a ceremony during the council meeting Tuesday evening.

Sixth-Penny Sales Tax Done In Johnson County

Johnson County retired its Special Purpose Sixth-Penny Sales Tax on December 31st of 2016, and as of January 1st of 2017, the sales tax in the county has reverted back to the traditional five-percent level.

A Look Back in Time: Jan. 4, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Jan. 4, 1917.