Meet JCHC's New CEO Sean McCallister

Sean McCallister has been hired by the Johnson County Healthcare Center as their new Chief Executive Officer (CEO), and has only been on the job a couple of weeks, but he has an appreciation for the facility, how it is run, his new community and the future for his family and the healthcare center.

JCSD1 Board Seeking State Funding For BHS Stadium Repairs

The Board of Trustees for Johnson County School District 1 have approved the district to seek state funding for repairs to or replacement of the track at Buffalo High School, and will also look into collecting engineering data for the facility.

Purchasing and Procurement Policy

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The City of Sheridan may soon have a new policy regarding purchasing and procurement. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

SEEDA Eying Possible Website

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The Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board recently discussed the idea of launching a website that would describe the objectives and provide a general overview of the mission and activities of the Joint Powers Board.

Table at Trail End (Briefly) Extended to Full Size

The dining room table at the Trail End State Historic Site is massive, but probably no one in recent years has seen how massive the solid mahogany structure actually is – until last month.

Tie Flume Focus of 'Conversations'

In 1891, according to Helen Laumann, two men – John Thurston and Dan Starbird – charged with harvesting timber for the railroad went up into the Big Horn Mountains looking for suitable timber to harvest.

Sheridan Chamber Luncheon Hosts Wyoming Legislators for Recap of Legislative Session

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce hosted their monthly luncheon on Wednesday, where four Wyoming legislators were present to give a recap of what was accomplished during the recent legislative session, as well as an outline of their current priorities.

Be a “Below Zero Hero” at the Jackalope Jump Fundraiser for Special Olympics

This Saturday, the Sheridan community will have the opportunity to become a “Below Zero Hero” by participating in the Jackalope Jump, a fundraiser where teams and individuals will jump into freezing waters for a good cause.

JCHC's Bettinger Recognized For Cardiac Rehab Work

Julia Bettinger, Director of Cardiopulmonary Wellness at the Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo, has been recognized for her contributions to the cardiac rehabilitation program at the healthcare center.

Hospital Board Plans Decision on Pharmacy Project

A decision on which construction plan to move forward with concerning the pharmacy remodel at the Johnson County Healthcare Center is expected to be made at their meeting on March 27th, according to discussions at last month's meeting.

State Capitol Building Renovation Project

The Wyoming State Capitol has been under construction for a couple of years now with the completion of the project expected to be this summer.

Blizzard Warning In Effect Until Noon Thursday

The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard Warning that went into effect Wednesday morning and will last through Thursday at noon. NWS Billings Office Meteorologist Brian Tesar explains more.

NMA Director Discusses Visioning Process

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Tuesday we heard from North Main Association Executive Director Nancy Drummond about the groups plan to update their master plan.Today we take a more detailed look at what may be included in that plan and what needs to be done for the update. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Deadline for Third Edition of “The Batch” is Approaching

The deadline for submissions for the third edition of “The Batch”, a biannual literary/arts magazine that highlights the work of teenage writers and artists in Sheridan County, is April 1.

Kinskey, Tass Discuss Legislative Session With JCSD1 Trustees

State Senator Dave Kinskey (R-Sheridan) and State Representative Richard Tass (R-Buffalo) spoke to the Board of Trustees for Johnson County School District #1 during their regular meeting Monday night, updating them on the recently concluded legislative session.

State Representative Tass To Speak At Chamber Lunch

State Representative Richard Tass (R-Buffalo) will be the featured speaker at this month's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce luncheon.

Legislative Recap Scheduled for Chamber Lunch

It is already the second week of March and that means it is time for the next Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Luncheon.

Advocacy, Resource Center Sets Fundraising Goal

Dining for a Cause raised $10,750.90 for the Advocacy & Resource Center.

Bob's Super Clean an Exhibitor Since the Beginning

There were some new faces at this past weekend's Home & Garden Show at the Holiday Inn, but there also were several long-time exhibitors in the booths.

Chili and Cinnamon Rolls to Raise Funds for Sheridan Deputy Jim Arzy

This Tuesday, Blacktooth Brewery will have chili and cinnamon rolls, as well as raffles and a silent auction, to help the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office raise funds for Deputy Jim Arzy, who has faced a life threatening illness.