Deadline For Gatchell's Fire Site Field Trip Friday

A hiking field trip to the West Range Fire site is scheduled for later this month, but the deadline to sign up is this Friday by the end of the business day.

Back Country PT Has Ribbon-Cutting

Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors held a ribbon-cutting to celebrate Back Country Physical Therapy's new location at 25 E. Alger across from the movie theater.

Local Students Earn Their Way to National Finals Rodeo in Gillette

A big accomplishment for these Sheridan HS Rodeo athletes. These are your 2016-17 National qualifiers. Wheaton Williams 2nd place finish in Team roping. DeLani Cunningham Queen. Ellie Bard 2nd place Pole bending. Shyanna Cahoy 3rd place Breakaway.

25th Annual Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run to Feature International Competitors

The 25th Annual Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Run will start Friday in the Bighorn Mountains. Race Director Michelle Maneval said that his years race will feature competitors from all over the United States and the world.

1st Third Thursday Festival of the Year

On Thursday, a portion of Sheridan’s Main Street will be closed off for the first Downtown Sheridan Association Third Thursday Festival of the Year.

Buffalo Council Passes Liquor Ordinance On Second Reading

Buffalo's City Council has approved the second reading of their liquor licensing and enforcement Ordinance, after a unanimous vote at their last council meeting.

County Commission OKs Contract With Natrona County

The agreement is essentially the same, with Johnson County being billed $195 per day for each juvenile the Natrona County facility has at any given time.
The only change to the contract was going from an annual contract to every two years.

Stockgrowers Present Awards At Buffalo Meetings

The Wyoming Stockgrowers Association held their annual Cattle Industry Convention and Trade Show at Buffalo's Bomber Mountain Civic Center last week, and the culmination of the week-long event was the Awards Luncheon last Friday.

Sales, Cap Taxes Down – But Not as Much as Feared

Sales and capital facilities tax revenues are down, but not as much as county officials originally estimated.

Chamber Lunch to Feature Local Schools

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will host their June luncheon on Wednesday. Dixie Johnson, the Chamber’s CEO, said that the program will focus on local education.