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Governor Gordon Vetoes Appropriations for Principal Academy

On Tuesday, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon line item vetoed several items on the 2019 Supplemental Budget bill that was passed by the 65th Wyoming Legislature.

Fremont Toyota Presents Truck to Miss Rodeo Wyoming

A special presentation was made in Sheridan Tuesday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Fort Laramie Man Backs Out of Plea Deal

A Fort Laramie man will head to trial for allegedly stealing a 33 foot goose-neck flatbed trailer in Sheridan in December of 2017.

People Turn Out for Outpatient Center Open House

A sizable crowd showed up to tour Sheridan Memorial Hospital's new Outpatient Center – formerly known as the Medical Arts Complex – and visit with hospital staff during an open house for the new facility Tuesday night.

JCHC Board To Discuss Transition For New CEO

The Johnson County Healthcare Center's Board of Trustees will be discussing the upcoming transition from current interim CEO John Osse to Sean McCallister, who will take over the facility on March 4th.

Superintendent's Vision For Community Center in Very Early Stage

A community center envisioned by Johnson County School District #1 Superintendent Jim Wagner doesn't yet have funding or a specific location, but some in the community are intrigued with the idea.

Cause of Hotel Fire Determined

Last week's fire at the Edwards Hotel on Main Street was caused by the mechanical failure of a motor in a refrigerator.

Biteman Talks First Session as Senator

Wednesday is the last day for the 65th Wyoming Legislature to work on items for the 2019 General Session. Local Senator Bo Biteman shared his feelings on how the last several weeks have gone.

House Leadership Pleased with 2019 Session

The 2019 General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature is almost complete.

24/7 Sobriety Program

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A new program to Wyoming will look to reduce the number of repeat offenders of Driving Under the Influence. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Redesigning the Museum

While the doors for the Sheridan County Museum are closed for the winter season, a complete redesign inside the facility is underway.

Parents Should Register Kindergartners Now

Parents who haven't registered their kindergarten-age children for school next fall should do that now.

Library Trustees, Foundation Urged to Take 'Readiness Test'

Jay McGinnis urged library trustees and members of the library foundation to take a “Capital Campaign Readiness Assessment” as part of their preparation for a campaign to raise nearly $4 million for renovations to Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library.

Senate Leadership on 2019 Session

Wednesday will be the last day of the 2019 General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature. Senate Vice President Ogden Driskill shared his thoughts on the last several weeks.

Governor Gordon’s First Few Weeks Primarily Focused on Session

Less than two months ago, Wyoming welcomed a new Governor in former State Treasurer Mark Gordon.

Buffalo's Annual Quilt Display At Library in March

The Johnson County Library and the Buffalo Quilting Gals are co-sponsoring their 23rd annual Quilt Display during the month of March to help celebrate National Quilting Month.

Buffalo Passes Resolution For Highway Maintenance Funds

At this week's meeting, the Buffalo City Council voted to approve a Resolution agreeing that the city will perform cleaning, maintenance, snow removal and cleaning of storm sewers on streets and highways belonging to the state within the corporate city limits, in exchange for funds from the Wyoming State Transportation Commission.

That's a Wrap

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Here are a few more pictures from the skijoring that took place Saturday in Sheridan as part of the inaugural Sheridan WYO Winter Rodeo.

(All photos Ron Richter ©)

Hold On Tight

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Skijoring took center stage on Broadway Street in Sheridan Saturday as the main event of the inaugural Sheridan WYO Winter Rodeo. Here are a few pics of the action.

(All photos Ron Richter ©)

Ticket Sales Bring Crowds to WYO

Jerry Pauli was first in line at the WYO theater in downtown Sheridan Saturday morning to get tickets to this year's Sheridan-WYO Rodeo.