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Ride or Get Rid of Your Bicycle Next Week

May 14-18 is Bike To Work Week in Sheridan, sponsored by the Wellness Council of Sheridan County, the City of Sheridan, and the Chamber of Commerce.

What Would An 8% Budget Cut Look Like?

Under the direction of Governor Matt Mead, state budget officials are preparing future fiscal year financial plans to be operational with eight percent fewer funds.

Jo Co Discusses Rent Increase At UW Extension Office

At their last meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners asked University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service employees Blaine Horn and Rachel Vardiman to give them an update on the Extension Service and specifically to address the recent rent increase at the building housing them.

Johnson County Library Hosting Book Signing Saturday

Johnson County Library

This Saturday, May 12, the Johnson County Library will be hosting a book signing for author Tim Slessor, featuring his new book, “More Than Cowboys,” about the American West.

Buffalo Chamber Visitor's Center Opens Saturday

Buffalo Chamber Visitor's Center

Visitors to Buffalo's downtown have access to information at the Chamber of Commerce, but what about visitors at the I-90/Highway 16 interchange?

Beginning Saturday, they will be able to visit the Chamber's Visitor's Center, which will officially open for the summer season.

Johnson County Vacates Property, Opens Rec Area

Johnson County's Commissioners voted to approve Chair Smokey Wildeman to sign a vacation of county-owned property near the Airport Road/Watkins Avenue/North Main Street interchange.

Wheatland Pig Farm Investigated For Abuse

A Wyoming sheriff says investigating allegations of mistreatment of pigs at a commercial farm is a top priority.

Census: Average Wyomingites Are Older

The Wyoming Department of Health is calling attention to the aging of the state's population and says residents should consider how to address that trend.

SPD Warns Local Merchants of Recent Check Fraud

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SPD Warns Local Merchants of Recent Check Fraud

The Sheridan Police Department issued a fraudulent check alert to the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce this week to inform local businesses to be aware of two individuals that may attempt to pass fraudulent checks.

City of Sheridan Budget Work Sessions are Underway

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City of Sheridan Treasurer Jennifer Reed

The City of Sheridan began the first of many budget work sessions Wednesday with a report from City Treasurer Jennifer Reed, who indicated that this year's general fund budget will be $9.8 million.