Governor Mead Visits Sheridan Businesses

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Gov. Mead, left, with Tom Balding.

Wyoming's Governor Matt Mead stopped in Sheridan Monday afternoon for a tour of three companies – Emit, Vacutech and Ptolemy.

Edwards Faces Prison for Sexual Abuse of Minor

A 21-year-old man will be going to prison for a sex crime.

Buffalo Bill Cody and Red Angus Appear at the Senior Center

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Monday night, history came to life at the Sheridan Senior Center as Buffalo Bill Cody and legendary sheriff Red Angus told their stories.

Gov. Mead At Buffalo Luncheon: State Revenues Looking Good

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead speaks with John DeMatteis during Mead's visit to Buffalo Monday.

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead spoke to a crowd of about 50 people at the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon, giving a short speech before opening the floor to questions.

Latest Court Proceedings Released By Jo Co Attorney

Johnson County Prosecuting Attorney Ken DeCock's office has released the latest information on recent court proceedings handled by his office.

Fishinglicensegate, Big Money Are Stars of Liz Cheney Challenge to Sen. Enzi

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Bill Sniffin

One of Wyoming’s retired Speakers of the House said the following:

Childhood Memories Reopen Sheridan Inn

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Bob Townsend, front, with Alan Pfeiffer

SHERIDAN, Wyo. – Bob Townsend of Oklahoma never imagined that his childhood memories of playing on the porch of the Sheridan Inn in Wyoming would be a memory passed on to his grandchildren.

Auxiliary To Discuss Ways To Improve JCHC

The John and Amie Auxiliary will have their next meeting Tuesday, September 10th at 9am at the Johnson County Healthcare Center.

Never Forget

The 911 Memorial in New York City. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Wednesday, September 11 will mark the 12-year anniversary of the worst attack on U.S. soil when 19 terrorists hijacked four commercial airplanes and used those planes to commit one of the most heinous terrorist attacks in history.

Poll Question of the Week

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Last week the Sheridan City Council approved the purchase of a little over four acres of property that will be used to expand the current City Service Center on KROE Lane.