Hub Hosts Jam Session and Floats

The Hub on Smith Street opened the doors Tuesday night to an open mic jam session featuring bluegrass music and root beer floats.

Author to Sign Books During Clearmont Days

Among the events scheduled this coming weekend during Clearmont Days will be a book-signing.

Gatchell's Living History Day Saturday in Buffalo

This Saturday the Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum will offer their annual Living History Day, and the public is invited to attend.

Commissioner Cram on Budget, Raises, Health Insurance

Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram, during an appearance on our talk show Public Pulse, talked about the county's budget and gave some good news and bad news concerning the commissioner's budget process.

County Approves Amendment For Incubator Agreement

Sheridan County has approved an amendment to the existing agreement between the county and the University of Wyoming for the Sheridan Incubator Facility.

Commissioner Cram Discusses Comprehensive Plan

Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram was recently a guest on our talk show Public Pulse, and one topic he touched on was the county's update to their Comprehensive Plan.

College District Looking at Applied Baccalaureate Program

Wyoming's Legislature in the session earlier this year authorized the state's community colleges to start offering their own applied baccalaureate – bachelor's degree level – programs.

Fall Prevention Focus of Presentation

Things that put people at risk for falls, and what they can do to prevent falls, will be the focus of a presentation at The Hub on Smith this week.

Bake Sale Raises Funds for Alzheimer's Support

Breads, muffins and other baked goods were on sale Monday at The Hub on Smith Street in this year's effort to raise funds for the support of those living with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia and their caregivers.

SPD Reminds City Residents Fireworks Are Prohibited

As we get closer to the 4th of July, many are gearing up to celebrate by purchasing fireworks. Sheridan Police Department Lt.

Rep. Western Talks Revenue Committee Work

Wyoming Legislators do not work full time in their positions and as such meet sparingly after their start of the year General or Budget Sessions. When they do meet, the Legislators are mostly working on interim topics in their committees.

UW Research Details Response of Sagebrush to 2017 Solar Eclipse

The total solar eclipse’s swath across Wyoming and the United States in August 2017 provided an opportunity for scientists to study a variety of celestial and earthly phenomena, from learning more about the sun’s corona to the behavior of animals and plants.

'Saturdays in the Square' Approved For Summer

“Saturdays in the Square,” will continue this summer in Buffalo's Crazy Woman Square after some requests from Lobban Street Music were granted by the Buffalo City Council.

Johnson County, JCHC Approve Agreement on Health Services

Johnson County has approved an agreement between the sheriff's department and the Johnson County Healthcare Center for the facility to provide health services to inmates at the county detention center.

County Awards Contract For Road & Bridge Shop Roof

Gem City Roofing, Inc. of Laramie has been awarded the contract to replace the roof on the shop at Sheridan County Road and Bridge.

Hundreds on Hand for Relay for Life

Hundreds of people came to Whitney Commons Saturday night for Sheridan’s annual Relay for Life, an event to raise funds for the battle against cancer.

Land Deal to Benefit College Construction Program

The biggest benefit to Sheridan College in the recent 31-acre land acquisition is that the college will get a new home for the construction technology program.

200-Plus Join Sheridan Pride March

An estimated 200 or more people, some carrying signs, others with rainbow or American flags, stepped out at 10 a.m. Saturday in Sheridan's first-ever Pride March.

Sheridan Man Arraigned in District Court on Numerous Charges

A 39-year-old Sheridan man who was arrested in March for an incident that started in Ranchester and ended on Interstate 90 near Sheridan, was arraigned on four separate charges Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

City to Apply for TAP Funding for Pathway in North Sheridan

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The Wyoming Department of Transportation annually opens the application period for Transportation Alternative Program, or TAP funding from June 1st to July 15th.