Fourth Grade Students Eligible for Free Christmas Tree Permits

In support of the White House’s “Every Kid in a Park” initiative, the Bighorn National Forest will begin offering one free Christmas Tree permit Wednesday to fourth graders who present a valid “Every Kid in a Park” pass.

Hospital Board Postpones Meeting

Trustees of Sheridan Memorial Hospital will not meet this week.

Amende Pleads Not Guilty to Drug Charges

A Sheridan man pleaded not guilty in district court Monday to two counts of delivery of a controlled substance and one count of possession of a controlled substance.

Senior Center to Serve Thanksgiving Meal

Sheridan's Senior Center on Smith Street in Sheridan will be open and serving Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday.

Commissioners 'Excited' at Return of Air Service

As Sheridan Media reported earlier, commercial air service has returned to Sheridan County. Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended a special celebration last week and spoke to several people who were there. Here's another of her stories.

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Annual Hospice Turkey Trot Thanksgiving Morning

Thanksgiving morning, runners and those waling of all ages can participate in the annual Susie Bowling Lawrence Hospice Turkey Trot, to benefit the Hospice Program at the Johnson County Healthcare Center.

Engineers To Assess Buffalo City Hall For Possible Expansion

Buffalo's City Hall may be getting a facelift or be replaced in the future, after the council approved K L and A Inc., Structural Engineers and Builders of Buffalo to study the existing city hall for possible renovation.

Homeland Security Grant To Pay For Various County Projects

Marilyn Connolly

Johnson County will be funding some improvements to their emergency management/homeland security departments after now that the county commissioners have accepted a grant from Homeland Security's Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

A Look Back in Time: Nov. 24, 1915

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Nov. 24, 1915.