Gatchell's Living History Day Saturday In Buffalo

The Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum's Living History Day is Saturday and will feature many exhibits outside and free admission to the museum all day.

Rocky Mountain Sign Shop Holds Open House

Hot dogs, hamburgers, barbecue and music were the order of the evening Thursday during an open house at Rocky Mountain Sign, Design and Print on Frank Street in Sheridan.

Local Artist Spotlight: Lancifer

Seattle born, but Sheridan raised recording artist Lancifer has been all around the world living his dream of being a musician. Music is in his blood and he started exploring his talents young.

New City Code Regarding Pests

Pigeons can sometimes be a nuisance and that is exactly why they are classified as pests. A new Sheridan city code will make it harder for pests, specifically pigeons, to find homes and reproduce within the city limits according to Sheridan Police Department’s Lt.

Cloud Peak Energy Hosts Business After Hours

Cloud Peak Energy Inc., headquartered in Wyoming, is one of the largest coal producers in the country, and the only pure-play Powder River Basin coal company.

Open House Gives Chance to Say Goodbyes

An open house at the Sheriff's Office from 2 till 4 p.m. Wednesday gave people in the community a chance to say goodbye to Sheriff Dave Hofmeier, who's resigned and is moving to Arizona with his wife, Deb.

Buffalo Council Passes $9.5 Million Budget On Final Reading

Buffalo's City Council passed their annual appropriation bill, or budget Ordinance for fiscal year 2018, on the final reading at their regular meeting Tuesday.

Gatchell's Tour Of West Range Fire Site This Sunday

The Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum will present a field trip this Sunday, June 25th for those interested in learning more about the West Range Fire and viewing the site and how it has changed in the years since the fire.

4Kids Celebrates First Year

An organization that coaches child-care providers using nationally recognized best practices celebrated the end of its first year in Sheridan this week.

Commissioners Approve Agreement With Ambulance Service

Sheridan County commissioners have approved an agreement for the coming year with Rocky Mountain Ambulance Service for a payment of $156,000.