Johnson County Approves MOU For Radio Frequency Use

Johnson County has approved and entered into a Memorandum of Understanding between themselves and the US Forest Service/Bighorn National Forest for the use of radio frequencies in the county.

Funds Allocated for Video Recording of Council Study Sessions

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The City of Sheridan will soon be video recording and broadcasting their monthly study sessions, as the City Council recently authorized staff to initiate actions to start recording, indexing, and broadcasting City Council Study Sessions, beginning in January 2019.

Annexation Report Considered for East Brundage Lane Property

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Northwest Distributing Co., Inc., is requesting the City of Sheridan annex a portion of land located at the northeast corner of the intersection of Brundage Lane and Commercial Avenue.

Book Drive Brightens Christmas for Children of Deployed Parents

A Sheridan woman with the help of some local businesses has done her part to brighten Christmas for more than 200 children this year.

Buffalo Mayor Updates Council On Tech Park Funding

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson, at the recent city council meeting, told the council that the Wyoming Business Council has finalized draft paperwork for the $800,000 grant to complete Phase 1 of the Buffalo Technology Park.

Sheridan County On Board With Buffalo Resource Plan

Back in 2015, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) approved a Resource Management Plan (RMP) for the Buffalo Field Office, but a Federal judge ordered a review of the environmental impacts of coal, oil, and gas leases in the Powder River Basin.

Buffalo Council Approves Agreements For Detention Pond Project

The Buffalo City Council has accepted and approved agreements for the Dump Draw Detention Pond Project between the city and French Creek Properties.

Tuba Christmas Strikes Right Note with Holiday Crowd

The mellow tones of Christmas music played by tubas, euphoniums and baritones rang through the atrium of the Holiday Inn Saturday during the 19th annual Tuba Christmas.

Museum Director Provides Update to City Officials

Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum Director Mikayla Larrow provided an update to the Sheridan City Council and Mayor Roger Miller at the Council’s most recent meeting.

TRMS Oldest Building in District 1

Tongue River Middle School is the oldest building in Sheridan County School District 1, with arts and sciences classrooms that met the needs of students when the school opened in 1983 but are no longer adequate for today's classes.

SCLT Receives Match Challenge Donation

The Sheridan Community Land Trust recently received funds that are intended to inspire others to donate towards the Land Trust’s cause.

Hunter Ed Classes Starting Up in January

When it comes to Hunter Education Courses, it’s best to get them well before hunting season starts according to Tina Schmidt.

Sheriff History

The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office is working on updating their website with more information. Sheriff Allen Thompson explained that they are specifically looking at the History of the Department.

Handmade Quilts Donated to Hospital

Sheridan Memorial Hospital has received a donation of handmade quilts especially made for seriously ill and/or traumatized children who have to visit the hospital.

Council Considers Tom Subdivision Final Plat

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The final plat for the Tom Subdivision was given approval by the Sheridan City Council at their most recent meeting.

School District 1 Plans for Next 5 Years

Wyoming's construction department and school facilities division require that school districts in the state have two-year plans for their facilities.

Motion Hearing Held in District Court

A motion hearing was held this week in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan for a 20-year-old Ranchester man charged with a drug related felony. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan Commission Approves Vacation of Right-of-Way

The vacation of a county-owned right-of-way in a Sheridan County Subdivision was approved by the Sheridan County Commission at their recent meeting, finalizing a lengthy process, according to County Engineer Ken Muller.

WYO Closes for the Holidays

The WYO Performing Arts and Education Center in downtown Sheridan will be closing their doors for the holidays. Executive Director Erin Butler explains.

Chamber Hoping for Another Record Year with Chamber Bucks

In 2017, the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce set a new record high in yearly Chamber Bucks issued at just over $103,000. This year, their goal is set at $110,000.