Wyoming Gas Still Low But Not Cheapest in Rockies

Wyoming has lost its claim to selling the cheapest gas in the region because of its new higher fuel tax.

Sheridan Parks Manager Speaks For Dog Park in Buffalo

Priscilla Welles, with the Vision Buffalo Commission, has been working toward getting Buffalo its first dog park, and has spent the last few months researching possible sites and speaking with the city council on the feasibility of each.

Ranchester Gives Initial OK to Annexation

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Ranchester's town council has taken the first step in annexing a subdivision that will be home to the new Tongue River Elementary School.

Local Police Take Kids Christmas Shopping

Sheridan police officers gather for the Cops for Kids shopping day. (Submitted cell phone photo)

The families of about 50 children in Sheridan are possibly a little happier today because their child received an extra gift from the local police department.

Christmas Waste Can Be Recycled in Buffalo

Buffalo/Johnson County Recycling Center

Now that Christmas has come, the gifts are all opened and the mounds of paper, plastic, cardboard and other waste has piled up, it is time to figure out what to do with all of the unwanted material.

No Trash Pickup on Christmas Day

City sanitation workers will get a holiday Wednesday, Christmas Day.

Police Arrest Bar Fight Suspect

The local police have arrested a man for assaulting another during a recent fight at a bar in Sheridan.

Health Official Says Time to Get Vaccinated

A federal health official says the flu season is definitely upon us, so it's time to take precautions.

That Was the Year That Was . . . A Look Back at 2013 in Wyoming

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Bill Sniffin

As 2013 winds down, it makes sense to look back at what kind of items were featured in this statewide column.

Frigid Weather Takes Toll on Water Pipes

Sheridan Utility Manager Ken Hirschman -- Photo by Ron Richter

In a call last week to the city's public works director, we learned that this unusually frigid weather in Sheridan has taken its toll on water pipes, both on private and city property.