In an effort to help people know what to do if the earth quakes, the Wyoming Office of Homeland Security is encouraging residents to participate in the Wyoming Shake Out event, called Drop, Cover and Hold On.
The Sheridan County Historical Society will hold its annual meeting later this month – on Thursday night, Oct. 23. The meeting will be held at the Holy Name Parish Center at 260 E. Loucks Street in Sheridan, starting at 7 with a business meeting, followed by a program by Warren Mischke.
At the Buffalo City Council meeting, held on Thursday night, council members approved requests from officials with the Buffalo Downtown Association, the Buffalo Police Department and the Buffalo Senior Center.
Owner and Operator of Bald Mountain Sanitation Scott Grutmeir came before the Buffalo City Council Thursday evening to give a presentation on the possibility of the city outsourcing waste collection through his company.
Sheridan Media has been following former Sheridan High School Principal Dirlene Wheeler and her husband Neil as they travel across our nation taking in the sites. Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott caught up with the Wheelers in Vermont.
Earlier this week, the Sheridan City Council elected to have staff draw up a resolution that would give the Council guidance when reviewing liquor license applications. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has more on the developing story.
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