Economic, Education Board Discusses Draft Study

In 2012, the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Joint Powers Board hired consultants to develop a Career Technical Education and Training study that would build off of the Wadley Donovan Report from 2007.

Fishing Derby Draws Good Turnout

During the last day of 31st Annual Lake DeSmet Fishing Derby--yesterday-- the Buffalo Lion's Club Pavilion was packed to the brim with people hoping to win everything from fishing poles to the grand prize—a side by side vehicle.

Meet the Waving Vets of Buffalo

Two local Buffalo Veterans celebrate memorial day by doing what they always do. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

City Works Discusses Projects, Water Salesman, Schedules

Buffalo's City Works Director Les Hook gave his final report for May at the last city council meeting, discussing the status of various projects, reporting a problem with the city's water salesman, and requesting a schedule change for his crews.

Johnson County Commissioners Award Scholarships

The Johnson County Commissioner's Scholarships were awarded by the commissioners at their meeting May 20th.

Awarded from Buffalo High School were Teara Gass and Joshua Jackson.
The alternate was Hannah Chapin.

From Kaycee High School, Lakyn White was awarded the scholarship and Sean Waybrandt was named the alternate.

Annual Chamber Awards Luncheon Wednesday In Buffalo

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will host its annual awards luncheon to recognize their outstanding members who have gone above and beyond expectations in support of the chamber.

D-Day Invasion Was Big Deal for 30,000 Wyoming Soldiers

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World War II was an extraordinary time in Wyoming with over 10 percent of the state’s population involved in fighting that war. Over 1,000 died.

Eaton's Horse Drive Draws Crowd

Sheridan area residents and visitors thronged Fifth Street on Sunday morning to watch Eatons' Ranch horses come through town.

Patrol Says No Weekend Fatals

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As of Tuesday May 27th, the Wyoming Highway Patrol had received no reports of fatal crashes over the Memorial Day Weekend in Wyoming.

A Look Back in Time: May 27, 1914

The people of Sheridan voted overwhelmingly for the passage of $50,000 in bonds to pay for extending the local sewer system. Commissioner Canfield says work on the new sewer will begin as soon as possible.