County Drafts Letter to Barrasso on Public Lands

Johnson County Commission Chair Bill Novotny drafted a letter and brought it before the commission for review discussion and action.

Area Salvation Army Teams Raise Nearly $13,000

Ten teams of Salvation Army Bellringers in Sheridan County collected nearly $13,000 this holiday season, and one team was recognized as the top earner this year.

Buffalo Police Chief Details 2019 Accomplishments

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder recently gave a year-end review of his department's achievements to the city council.

Councilman Weighs In on Election Law Violation Allegations

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A video that made its way to the social media platform Facebook prior to the Special Election in Sheridan on Charter Ordinance #2202 was an item of contention. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

City Treasurer Delivers Quarterly Financial Report

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City of Sheridan Treasurer Karen Burtis presented a quarterly financial report for the City Council and Mayor Roger Miller at the Council’s most recent meeting.

Water Service Line, Parking Lot on School District 1 Facilities Plan

Improvements to a water service line and construction of a new parking lot at the old Tongue River Elementary School – now the Tongue River Learning Center – top the list of projects in Sheridan County School District 1's 5-Year Facility Plan.

Sheridan Makes True West List of Top 10 True Western Towns

The Sheridan Inn, Trail End State Historic Site and museums have earned Sheridan a place on True West magazine's Top 10 True Western Towns for 2020.

College Trustees Discuss New WACCT Award

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District met Friday to share their thoughts on a new award to be presented next year by the Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees.

Big Game Applications Open Now

At the beginning of the year, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department opened up the application period on big game licenses for resident and non resident hunters.

School Funding Concerns

Does Wyoming spend too much funding education? Sheridan Media Reporter Rustin Burr brings us the thoughts of one local Legislator on the matter.

Biteman Talks Revenue Decreases

The recent CREG report was not as promising as one would hope. Sheridan Media’s Rustin Burr shares the details on one local legislators take.

Sentence Modification Hearing Held in District Court for Gillette Man

A sentence modification hearing was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court for a Gillette man that was sentenced to prison for burglary.

Special Prosecutor: ‘No Violation of Election Laws’

A number of civil complaints filed with the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office by Edward Miller of Sheridan and Vicki Taylor of Banner, were recently reviewed by a special prosecutor to determine if the allegations held any validity. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Schiffer School Will Accommodate More Students

The new John C. Schiffer Collaborative School building could be the answer to a current problem for Sheridan County School District 2.

Soup's On! at The Hub

Patrons of The Hub on Smith Street had a chance Thursday afternoon to watch preparation of three kinds of soup – bone broth, split pea soup and potato soup – courtesy of Georgia Boley and Dan Cole.

Sheridan County Opts to Join WCCA Workers Comp Program

The Sheridan County Commission this week voted to join a workers compensation program drawn up and offered by the Wyoming County Commissioners Association.

Union Pacific Closes Out Film Series

The Classic Western Film Series will come to a conclusion on Sunday with the presentation of Union Pacific at the Sheridan WYO Theater.

Kinskey Comments on HB54, SF50

Over 100 bills to be considered during the upcoming Budget Session are already listed on the State’s Legislative website.

City Financial Situation in Good Shape

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The Sheridan City Council and Mayor Roger Miller were presented with some good news this week in regard to the City’s financial situation. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Rep. Tass Discusses Legislative Session with Buffalo Council

State Representative for House District 40 Richard Tass attended the Buffalo City Council meeting Tuesday evening to discuss the upcoming legislative session and ask the council if they had any concerns he may take back to Cheyenne next month.