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Wyoming Spring Snowmelt Flood Potential Outlook

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The National Weather Service has issued the last snowmelt flood potential outlook report for the current water year.

Free Screening of “The Hunting Ground”

A free screening of “The Hunting Ground” will be presented at the Whitney Center for the Arts on Monday evening(tonight). The event is part of the Sheridan Advocacy and Resource Center’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month events in April.

New Focused Traffic Enforcement Area Identified

The Sheridan Police Department have identified a new area in town that they will have focused traffic enforcement. Lt. Tom Ringley explains that the area is the intersection of 5th and Highland.

Governor Gordon Weighs in on UW President Decision

On March 25, the University of Wyoming Trustees announced that they would not be renewing President Laurie Nichols contract after it expires on June 30. To this point, there have been no details provided on why that decision was made.

Burglar Sentenced in District Court

21-year-old Damon King of Sheridan was sentenced in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan Thursday for a crime spree last October that resulted in King being charged with 12 different crimes, that included felony arson, felony burglary, theft, and numerous property damage and criminal entry charges.

Keystone Honorees Celebrated at WYO

Before an audience that included Keystone Award honorees from previous years, this year's four Keystone Award recipients watched their lives unfold in stories and photos at the WYO Theater Thursday night.

Banff Mountain Film Festival to Return to Sheridan

Next Tuesday, the Banff Mountain Film Festival will take place at the Sheridan WYO Theater. The festival will include a collection of films which explore the mountain world, highlight new landscapes and remote cultures, and expose audiences to exciting adventures and adrenaline-packed sports.

Sheridan Commission Appoints Appraisers For Property Vacation

Sheridan County's Commissioners appointed three appraisers that will perform an appraisal of a lands in a proposed vacation in Story.

Buffalo Council Approves Bonfire for BHS

Ryan Mader, Activities Director at Buffalo High School, came before the Buffalo City Council this week to ask permission for the school to conduct a bonfire at their “Spring Fling” activities.

Governor Gordon Talks Hemp

Last year, the 2018 Farm Bill legalized industrial hemp production nationwide. Those in Wyoming Agriculture appear to have plenty of interest in the new crop as the 3rd Wyoming Agriculture Diversification Summit had to switch venues after initially selling out according to the Associated Press.

Draft Plan of Sheridan Water System Level 1 Study Presented at Public Meeting

The draft plan of the Sheridan Water System Level 1 Study was presented at a public meeting Wednesday night by consultants with Dowl Engineering of Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Senator Kinskey Speaks at Buffalo Chamber Lunch

State Senator Dave Kinskey (R-Sheridan) was the featured speaker at Wednesday's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce luncheon, where he discussed happenings and a number of bills that were passed during this year's legislative session.

Johnson County Approves TANF Grant Applications

Three organizations brought Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Grant applications before the Johnson County Commissioners for approval at their Tuesday meeting.

Buffalo/Johnson County Clean-Up May 15-18

City Building Inspector Toby Rhoads reminded the Buffalo City Council that the annual city/county cleanup will be next month.

Governor Gordon on Budget Vetoes

During the recent General Session of the 65th Wyoming Legislature, a supplemental budget bill was prepared and approved in both the House and the Senate. Governor Mark Gordon was then tasked with signing the legislation into law, but before he could do so, he vetoed 14 line items.

Council Approves Lease-Purchase Agreement for New Landfill Compactor

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The Sheridan City Council, at their secondary meeting in March, approved the selection of Humdinger Equipment, Ltd, for the lease-option acquisition of a new landfill compactor in the amount of $825,464.

Severe Weather Training to Take Place in Dayton

The National Weather Service Office in Billings will be conducting a SKYWARN Severe Weather Spotter training session in Dayton a week from Saturday. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Governor Gordon Visits Sheridan College to Discuss Economic Development

This Tuesday, the Sheridan Economic and Education Development Association (SEEDA) presented at Sheridan College with special guest Governor Mark Gordon.

Sheridan Commission Renews Liquor Licenses

A number of county liquor licenses renewals were approved by the Sheridan County Commission during their Tuesday meeting.

Sheridan County Agrees To TANF Grant Applications

Compass Center for Families and Greater Wyoming Big Brothers Big Sisters will be the beneficiaries of Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Grant funding if approved, now that the Sheridan County Commission has approved the grant application submissions for the organizations.