Craft Honored With Surprise Assembly

Sheridan Junior High School Principal Mitch Craft was the guest of a surprise assembly Monday morning after being named the National Distinguished Principal for Wyoming for 2016.

Sign Ordinance, Plats, Street Name Change At Council Meeting

Buffalo City Planning Director Lynn Barrett reported to the city council at their last meeting that little interest had been shown by the public in recent weeks leading up to the January 12th public meeting on the newly-updated Sign Ordinance.

An Afternoon Devoted to Janes

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Putting their heads together five years ago, Jane Wohl and Jane Perkins decided it was time to celebrate the Jane’s of the of the world.

Saturday was the 5th annual Jane Party held in the parlor of the historic Sheridan Inn.

Birding at the Brinton

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Over 30 bundled up birders flocked to the Brinton Museum Saturday morning to take part in a morning of bird watching.

Top Brass Thrills the Crowd

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Friday night, at the First Baptist Church, the 2nd concert of a three concert Classical series featured the Billings Symphony’s Top Brass Chamber Ensemble.

U.S. Senator Barrasso Speaks to Sheridan Rotarians

U.S. Senator John Barrasso, a Republican from Wyoming, was in Sheridan today.

An Evening with the Simpson Brothers

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(Courtesy Photo by Dave Barkan)

Clearing Property for Senior Center Daybreak Facility Has Begun

Work has begun on clearing the land to make way for the Daybreak facility, for adult care, at the senior center in Sheridan.

Buffalo Business Gives Proposal For City Garbage Collection

Scott Gruntmeier, owner of Bald Mountain Sanitation of Buffalo, gave a proposal to the Buffalo City Council at their last meeting, expressing his desire to take over the sanitation services for the city.

Couple Dozen Pool Players Compete for Bragging Rights

The senior center in Sheridan was a busy place Wednesday.