The historic trolley that is located next to the Sheridan County Museum is in need of renovations, and the Sheridan County Historical Society is looking for help from the community to store the trolley over the winter.
According to a release from Wyoming's Senator Mike Enzi's office, the Senate majority voted 54 to 46 to reject a House-approved funding resolution Monday that would have prevented the shutdown of the U.S. government for the first time in 17 years.
The Johnson County Library Board approached the county commissioners at their Tuesday meeting to gain support from them to put the library's expansion project on the ballot as a one-percent special-use tax in November of 2014.
Our goal in allowing public comment on our web site is to provide an arena for open discussion on the issues. Following these simple guidlines will ensure that your comments remain posted.
Stay on topic
Display courtesy, respect, and maturity
Don't post abusive, vulgar, slanderous, hateful, or threatening comments
No trolling or cyber bullying
The moderators of sheridanmedia.com reserve the right to monitor and screen all content submitted to the site and may delete content, and block or ban users at our discretion. For a full description see our User Agreement.