Chadwick Named Director of Digital Development

Julie Chadwick has been named Sheridan Media’s Director of the Digital Division.

Year-In-Review: September-December

We conclude our year in review series today with a look back at some of the top news stories from the final third of 2018 in Sheridan County. In September, the City of Sheridan Fire Civil Service Commission certified the Fire Chief Eligibility List.

Year-In-Review: May-August

We continue our year in review series today with a look back at some of the top news stories from 2018 in Sheridan County during the months of May through August. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Trail End to Host Annual First Day Hike

The Trail End State Historic Site will once again be the gathering point for this year’s First Day Hike.

Legislative Session to End 5 Days Early

This year's state legislative session would normally be for 40 days, but Wyoming lawmakers will try to wrap up five days early.

School District 1 Plans Conversion to LED Lights

Over the next few years, Sheridan County School District 1 plans to convert the lighting in all of its school buildings to LED lights and lamps.

WYDOT, WHP Urge Motorists to Stay Attentive

There is always an influx of motorists that are out and about during the holidays, which makes driver attentiveness that much more important.

Western Talks Veterans Nursing Facility

Recently, the State Transportation, Highways, and Military Affairs Committee drafted a bill for the upcoming General Session that recommends Buffalo as the location to place the proposed Veterans Skilled Nursing Facility.

Serving the Public

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A longtime member of the Sheridan City Council recently reflected on his decade of public service. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Bid Awarded for City Crushing Project

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The bid award for the 2018 Crushing Project was recently approved by the Sheridan City Council.

Story-Big Horn Christmas Bird Count is Saturday

The 46th annual Story-Big Horn Christmas Bird Count is scheduled to take place Saturday.

Weatherby, Ramaco Among High Points as 2018 Begins

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair starts our look at 2018 in review.

TRMS Crawlspace Set for Work Next Summer

Among projects scheduled this summer for Sheridan County School District 1 are improvements to the crawlspace under Tongue River Middle School.

Young Calls for Support for Adult Learners

Wyoming needs to do more to support adult learners.

Johnson County, State Cooperating Over Lake DeSmet Operations

Cheryl Benner, Manager of the Lake DeSmet Operations Department, gave a year-end report to the county commission at their recent meeting, and said the county and the State of Wyoming have been cooperating with each other, with the state learning what their responsibilities are after they purchased water rights and assets in Lake DeSmet and Healy Reservoir earlier this year.

Shop with a Cop Brings the Holiday Cheer

The Sheridan Police Department, along with multiple other local agencies, had their annual Shop with a Cop event at Sheridan’s Walmart a couple of weeks ago. Lt.

Sheriff’s Office ALICE Trainings Ongoing

The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office has been conducting ALICE emergency training in the schools for a couple of years now.

Kinskey Has 2 Bills Picked Up By Committees

The Wyoming State Legislature will start the 2019 General Session in less than two weeks.

Buffalo P&Z Working On Allowable Uses For Downtown

Buffalo Building Inspector Toby Rhoades explained in his recent report to the city council that the Planning and Zoning Board has been working on setting allowable uses in the downtown B-3 District.

Sheridan Commission Approves Mobile Home Park

Sheridan County's Commissioners have approved a request for a mobile home park on Harvey Lane, on the recommendation of the planning commission, who approved five separate variance requests and two conditions for the commission to consider.