Sheridan County Extends Cell Tower Conditional Use Permit

An Extension Request for a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for a proposed cellular phone tower to be located near Clearmont has been approved by the Sheridan County Commission.

Johnson County Commission Makes January Motions

In their first meeting of 2019 the Johnson County Commissioners made their annual motions.

3 New Programs Highlight Sheridan County Y Arts New Year

The Sheridan County YMCA has 3 new youth arts programs that will be highlighting the start of the new year.

Chamber Lunch Program Features Annual Report

On Wednesday, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce will hold their first Chamber Luncheon of 2019 at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

New Councilors Sworn In

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The Sheridan City Council held their first regularly scheduled meeting of the New Year Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Getting Fit at the ‘Y’

The Sheridan County YMCA currently has 78 different fitness classes that they offer during the week to the public.

Medical Arts Addition 'Substantially Complete,' Some Work Remains

The 60,000 square-foot addition to Sheridan Memorial Hospital's Medical Arts Complex is substantially complete, but no date for opening has yet been determined.

Sheridan Commission Appoints Viewer For Alley Vacation

Sheridan County Engineer Ken Muller was approved as a the Viewer concerning a vacation of a portion of an alley in the Downers Addition Subdivision.

Johnson County Elected Officials Sworn In Monday Ceremony

Johnson County's elected officials were sworn into their offices during a brief ceremony performed by Judge William J. Edelman Monday morning at the Johnson County Judicial Center in Buffalo.

Mayor Miller Recaps Legislative Forum Presentation

Back in December, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held their annual Legislative Forum where entities like the county and local municipalities presented to our local delegation before they go to session in the New Year.

Jennings Talks Management Council Anti-Discrimination Policy

The Wyoming Legislative Services Office Management Council is comprised of the states top elected leadership in the House and Senate. They are tasked with deciding what topics committees work on and setting policies for the LSO among other things.

Traffic Issues Keep Buffalo PD Busy In December

The Buffalo Police Department had a busy December with most of the incidents involving traffic, according to the report given to the city council by Chief Jason Carder.

Landsiedels Welcome Johnson County's 2019 New Year Baby

Johnson County's first baby of the new year was born on January 1st at the Johnson County Healthcare Center.

Sheridan Commission Accepts Homeland Security Grant

A Grant Programs Directorate, Emergency Management Performance Grant was approved and accepted by the Sheridan County Commissioners at their recent meeting.

College Seeks to Meet Demand for More Nurses

The demand for nurses is growing tremendously, and Sheridan College's existing health science facilities are outdated and in need of renovation and expansion.

Sheridan Mayor Discusses New Year Vision

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2019 is certain to be an interesting year for the City of Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Staff Updates and Board Appointments Highlight Council’s Agenda

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The Sheridan City Council will meet for the first time of the year Monday night. New Councilors Clint Beaver, Aaron Linden and Jacob Martin will be sworn-in, as will current Councilman Patrick Henderson.

Governor's Budget Includes Funds for COLA

The good news for employees of Wyoming's community colleges is that Governor Mead's recommended budget includes funds for a slight increase in pay.

Sheridan Innovation Center Concept

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A taskforce comprised of representatives from the City of Sheridan, Sheridan County, SEEDA, local industry, the Small Business Development Center, the Wyoming Technology Business Center, the Wyoming Business Council, and ENDOW, have met several times to discuss an Innovation Center in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Senator Barrasso Sworn-In Thursday

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso was officially sworn in Thursday as a member of the 116th Congress representing Wyoming in the U.S. Senate.