Brinton Hosts Halloween Extravaganza

On Saturday October 26, the Brinton Museum in Big Horn will host their Things That Go Bump in the Night Halloween Extravaganza. According to a news release from Science Kids, this event is for children in the community 12 years of age and under.

MDU Power Outage Early Thursday Caused by Transmission Line

At approximately 2:15 Thursday morning, residents in Sheridan County lost power. According to information from Montana-Dakota Utilities, the cause of the outage was related to a transmission line that runs from the PP&L substation to MDU’s substation.

Voting Absentee

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In a little less than three weeks, voters in Sheridan will decide the fate of Charter Ordinance #2202, the City Administrator Ordinance. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details of how you can vote absentee in the upcoming special election.

Gearing Up for Snow Plow Season

The Wyoming Department of Transportation is gearing up for another busy winter.

Reports About Yellowstone Bears, Wolves, and Birds Published Online

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Officials with Yellowstone National Park recently published three reports from 2018 about bear management, wolves and birds. Each of the annual reports focuses on the health of wildlife populations.

Big Horn Baseball Club Honors The Building of a New Baseball Field

On Wednesday, the Big Horn Baseball Club performed a ceremonial first pitch to honor the businesses and individuals who have contributed to the building of the new baseball field.

Buffalo Council OKs Senior Center Grant Application

The Buffalo Senior Center approached the city council this week to ask the city to apply for a grant on behalf of the senior center.

Buffalo Council Approves Water Tap Request

A resident in the county just outside of the Buffalo City Limits, has put in a request to tap into a city water line to provide water to his residence.

Pedestrian Struck Monday at Intersection Near Courthouse

On Monday morning, a pedestrian was struck by a motor vehicle at an intersection near the Sheridan County Courthouse. Sheridan Police Department Lt. Tom Ringley shared that that particular intersection has had a checkered history with pedestrian vs.

Joey’s Fly Fishing Foundation Raises Over $20K

With recent donations and the Dining for A Cause Fundraiser at Frackelton’s in downtown Sheridan, Joey’s Fly Fishing Foundation has received over $20,000 for their non profit.

Governor Gordon Holds General News Conference

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On Tuesday afternoon, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon, held a general press conference in Cheyenne. Among the many topics that were discussed during the conference was the topic of the state budget.

Business Registration for Christmas Stroll Happening Now

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce’s 24th Annual Christmas Stroll is only 6 Fridays away and they are currently accepting registration from area businesses. Chamber CEO Dixie Johnson explains.

Some Items Can’t Be Recycled

Although the City of Sheridan has a recycling center and program, their big blue trucks do occasionally make their way to the landfill.

Sheridan PD Talk Recent Training

The Sheridan Police Department regularly conducts training workshops to help make sure their officers are ready for whatever may come their way. Trainings cover a large range with topics like mental health first aid to drug recognition. According to Lt.

Council Continues to Discuss Future of Engine #5631

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Four options were presented to the Sheridan City Council at their study session Monday night on what to do with the steam locomotive engine that sits on the corner of 5th Street and Broadway. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

U.S.-China Trade War

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On Friday, President Donald Trump announced phase one of a trade agreement between the United States and China.

Flu Clinics Offered in Buffalo This Week

The Johnson County Healthcare Center will be having two flu vaccine clinics this week at the Family Medical Center in Buffalo.

Occidental to Host Poetry Reading Monday

The Occidental Hotel in Buffalo will host an evening of poetry Monday night featuring current and former Poet Laureates from Montana and Wyoming, in honor of
National Poetry Day.

Sheridan Fire and Rescue Open House

On Saturday afternoon, the Sheridan Fire and Rescue hosted their annual Open House in honor of National Fire Prevention Week. President Calvin Coolidge proclaimed the first National Fire Prevention Week in 1925.

The March Against Family Violence A Success

Saturday morning dawned bright and crisp, perfect for The March Against Family Violence. The march started on Main Street by US Bank and the group boasted purple garb and signs protesting domestic violence.