News

Busy January For Buffalo Police, Chief Tells Council

January was a relatively busy month for the Buffalo Police Department, according to Chief Jason Carder who gave the monthly report to the city council at their regular Tuesday meeting this week.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 4, 1915

W.A. Doods went to Gillette today on business. He expects to remain there for several days.

‘Top Celebrated Market in the State’

Posted in

The Sheridan Farmers Market continues to grow each year, and receive recognition for that growth. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Dayton Council Close to Filling Vacancy

Dayton town council members are within a month of filling a vacancy on the town's administrative board.

One Vehicle Rollover South Of Buffalo Results In Injuries

A rollover crash early Tuesday morning just south of Buffalo resulted in a local teen being taken to the hospital and treated for injuries.

Architect Renderings and Name of Indoor Arena Unveiled

Posted in

Sheridan on Skates, the organization that has assumed ownership and management of the Sheridan Community Ice Rink, has announced the name of the soon to be covered indoor ice arena at the corner of Brundage Street and Coffeen Avenue.

Lummis Says President Out of Keystone Pipeline Excuses

Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis of Wyoming supports construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, which is a bill that is now waiting for the president's signature after passing both the House and Senate.

Foster Honored, Bid Awarded for Airport Signage

A man from Clearmont was honored this morning for his 35 years of service on the Predator Management Board by the Sheridan County Commission.

Sheridan County Commission Meets Today

The Sheridan County Commission meets this morning, at 9, at the county courthouse in Sheridan.

Council Discusses Job Description for New Position

Posted in

The Sheridan City Council Monday night discussed at length the job description for the Financial and Administrative Services Director.

SheridanWyoming.com