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Reserve Spots Now For 'Echoes of the Past' History Tours

The annual “Echoes of the Past” cemetery tours, put on by the Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum, will be offered next month, but the museum is urging those that wish to attend to sign up now as spaces are limited.

Two Appointed to Travel & Tourism Board

The Sheridan County Commission has appointed two people to sit on the Sheridan County Travel and Tourism Joint Powers Board.

Buffalo Council Awards Contract For Audit Services

The Buffalo City Council has awarded the contract for audit services for the city for the next two years.

WYO Community Room

A new space will be available to the Sheridan Community thanks to a collaboration between the Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center and the City of Sheridan.

SCLT Opens Hidden Hoot Trail

The Sheridan Community Land Trust has announced that their new Hidden Hoot Trail is open for the public to enjoy.

Forward Sheridan Executive Director Provides Update to Council

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Forward Sheridan Executive Director Jay Stender provided an update to the Sheridan City Council and Mayor Roger Miller at the most recent Council meeting.

Amending Multiple Ordinances

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Third and final reading of an ordinance that amends a number of other City ordinances was approved by the Sheridan City Council on third and final reading Monday night.

Sheridan County to Amend Liquor Rules and Regulations

Sheridan County's Commissioners are giving public notice that they intend to amend the rules and regulations governing licensing of liquor sales within the county.
They approved a Notice of Intent to do so at their Tuesday meeting.

SPD: Survey Responses Help Improve Service

The Sheridan Police Department sends out surveys regularly in an effort to improve their service to the community. According to Sheridan Police Lt.

Charter Ordinance Approved

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

Buffalo Council to Address ADA Accessibility

The Buffalo City Council is expected to take action on a resolution concerning the submission of an application for federal funding for the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Transition Plan Project at their meeting Tuesday evening.

Rodeo Royalty to be Announced at Brunch

The Sheridan-WYO Rodeo queen and princesses, chosen in the pageant this past weekend, will be announced next week at a Rodeo Queen's Brunch and Royalty Awards Ceremony at The Hub on Smith Street.

Sheridan Fire-Rescue 4th of July Reminders

Sheridan Fire and Rescue is wishing everyone a happy and safe 4th of July holiday and they remind City of Sheridan residents that fireworks are not allowed in city limits nor is open burning.

Sheriff’s Office Prepare for the 4th

On Thursday, Americans around the country will celebrate Independence Day.

Lake DeSmet & Dam

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Photos taken by Robert Edwards

Bids For JCHC Pharmacy Project Higher Than Estimates

Bids were opened on June 25th for the Johnson County Healthcare Center's pharmacy remodel project, and they were substantially higher than the architect's estimates.

Johnson County Clerk Discusses Voter Machine Security

Johnson County Clerk Vicki Edelman brought changes coming concerning voter machine security to the attention of the county commissioners.

JCHC Board Approves Price Increases

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center have approved price increases for both the hospital and clinic that will take effect in Fiscal Year 2020.

4th Annual Big Horn Mountain Brewfest Draws 700 Attendees

The Antelope Butte Foundation’s Annual Big Horn Mountain Brewfest drew a large crowd of around 700 people to the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area in the Bighorn National Forest Saturday afternoon.

Clearmont Holds Three Days of Celebration

With a parade, duck races and a park full of vendors, the town of Clearmont is celebrating the town and its history this weekend.