Health Fair Blood Draws This Week in Buffalo, Kaycee Next Week

The annual Johnson County Health Fair is scheduled for next month, and blood draws for the health fair will continue through Friday in Buffalo and will begin next week in Kaycee.

Antelope Butte Foundation Celebrates Purchase with Ullr Ball

The dream of having a resort in the Big Horns for downhill skiing is becoming a reality. The Antelope Butte Foundation that’s been raising funds for several years to purchase the former lift and buildings on Antelope Butte has secured the money for purchase.

Annual Fireman’s Ball Held Saturday

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The Sheridan’s firefighters celebrated Saturday night at their annual Fireman’s Ball.

Fundraising Dinner for the Tongue River Child’s Place

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A night of dinner and dancing, coupled with a silent auction had people standing in line looking forward to brisket and pulled pork with all the fixings. Saturday night was the annual Tongue River Child’s Place fundraiser.

A One-of-a Kind Chocolate Party

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The Cat’s Pajamas Antiques hosted a Chocolate Party on Friday and Saturday to help purchase new books for the Fulmer Library Children’s Library. Owner Jill Small described the process.

Firefighters Union, City, Begin Contract Negotiations

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The International Association of Fire Fighters Union Local #276 and the City of Sheridan began talks on a new contract at a special meeting at City Hall Friday.

State Strikes Deal to Secure 18.5% of Arch’s Bond Obligation

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Hats Spark Memories of the Past

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A collection of hats that are on display at the local senior center, are sparking memories of the past. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Ranchester History Includes Bank Robbery

Settled in the late 1800s, by 1910, the little town of Ranchester, Wyoming, which is northwest of Sheridan in Sheridan County, was notable for a row of painted yellow houses.

Madden Explains His Distribution Formula To Buffalo Council

State Representative Mike Madden explained his new distribution formula that will be introduced in this year's Legislative Session, that will re-work how local city and county governments in the state receive their direct distribution funding from the state.