Sheridan County Approves Air Service Contract Amendment

Sheridan County approved a contract amendment for air service between themselves and the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT), concerning air service at the county airport.

History of Plains, Rockies Featured Saturday at Kearny Historic Site

A free event coming up on Saturday will feature the history of the region in a presentation entitled “Walking Back 10,000 Years of Human History on the Great Plains and the Middle Rocky Mountains.”

Sheridan man speaks during Easter service

U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. David Duprey, a Navy chaplain from Sheridan, speaks during an Easter sunrise service in the hangar bay aboard the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis in the Mediterranean Sea.

YMCA Gathering Community Feedback

The Sheridan County YMCA is gathering feedback from the community through two different mediums. Executive Director Liz Cassiday explains the first.

Boat Inspection Station Open

Watercraft inspections for aquatic invasive species has begun in Sheridan County. Wyoming Game and Fish Department Sheridan Region Public Information Specialist Tina Schmidt explains.

Council Holds Special Meeting Regarding Firefighter Contract

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The Sheridan City Council held a special meeting Monday to discuss the contract with the International Association of Fire Fighters Union Local #276. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Intergovernmental Agreement Between County and City Approved

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A Building Services Intergovernmental Cooperative Agreement between the City of Sheridan and Sheridan County was recently approved by the Sheridan City Council.

District 2 Teachers Feel Valued

More than 80 percent of teachers in Sheridan County School District 2 feel that they're recognized for the work they do, and more than 90 percent feel that their ideas are listened to.

'Citywide Day of Prayer' Set For May 2nd

By proclamation of Shane Schrader, Mayor of the City of Buffalo, Thursday, May 2nd has been designated as the “Citywide Day of Prayer,” and encouraged citizens to participate in activities in Crazy Woman Square that day.

Sheridan County Airport Agreements Approved

A number of agreements concerning leases at the Sheridan County Airport have been approved by the county commission.

Events Approved to Help Celebrate Kentucky Derby Day

Two events that will be happening in downtown Buffalo and also planned to coincide with the day of this year's Kentucky Derby were approved, with a few minor changes.

Library to Host Game and Fish Talk Wednesday

The Sheridan Fulmer Library will be hosting a program for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department on Wednesday in the Inner Circle.

Governor Gordon Bison Raffle

Wyoming’s Governor is allowed some special privileges through the Game and Fish Department. Governor Mark Gordon shared one way he will take advantage of this perk.

Kingston Trio at the Wyo

Fans of legendary folk icons The Kingston Trio can rediscover their timeless music all over again when the Keep the Music Playing Tour stops at the Wyo Theater, Friday April 26th as part of Celebrate the Arts in Sheridan.

Buffalo Council Approves Grazing and Water Tap

Buffalo's City Council approved two requests at their recent meeting brought before them by the City Works Department.

Sheridan County Approves 2019 Fire Management Plan

Sheridan County, along with numerous other neighboring counties in both Wyoming and southern Montana, have approved and accepted the annual Wildland Fire Management Operating Plan for 2019.

JCHC Offering Seminar on Headaches

Coming up later this week, the Johnson County Healthcare Center will be offering a free seminar on headaches.

Children, Parents Turn Out for 'Eggstravaganza'

Hundreds of children and their parents crowded into Thorne-Rider Park Saturday morning for a chance to meet the Easter Bunny and hunt for eggs and candy in the Sheridan Recreation District's annual “Eggstravaganza.”

Easter Egg Hunt Goes to the Dogs Saturday

Sheridan Media reporter Pat Blair attended a special event for canines Saturday morning. Here's her story.

Council Approves Funding for Habitat PIF Fees

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The Sheridan City Council recently approved the appropriation of $6,150 to Habitat for Humanity to fund the cost of water and sewer plant investment fees for one of the homes they intend to build this year.