Senator Barrasso Discusses Troop Deployment

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso recently spent some time overseas visiting soldiers stationed in the Middle East. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Laumann: Many People Helped Build Sheridan

Some may think that Sheridan was a barren frontier before John D. Loucks arrived to establish the town, but Helen Laumann says that isn't true.

Leadership Sheridan County Graduates Presented at Chamber Lunch

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce held their monthly Chamber Luncheon on Wednesday and Leadership Sheridan County presented their newest class of graduates. Leadership Sheridan County is an educational organization that teaches leadership skills and development.

Sheridan PD Reminds Public of the Dangers of Alcohol Mixed with Cold Temperatures

As snow falls and temperatures drop in Sheridan County, the Sheridan Police Department wants to remind the public of the dangers associated with alcohol consumption and cold weather. Lt.

Pretrial Conference Held for Man Charged With Vehicle Theft

A man charged with felony theft for stealing a vehicle from a Sheridan car dealership on May 7th of this year appears to be headed for trial on November 5th.

Hathaway Scholarship Unique to Wyoming

Wyoming is the only state in the nation that has anything like the Hathaway Scholarship.

Evening of Fun to Benefit Gatchell Museum

This Saturday's annual Gatchell Museum Association Fall Gathering will benefit the Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum, but more for daily operations than in other years, according to Museum Director Sylvia Bruner.

Occidental to Host Reading on National Poetry Day

Coming up on National Poetry Day, October 14th, will be a poetry reading at the Occidental Hotel in Buffalo featuring current and former Poet Laureates from Montana and Wyoming.

WYO Film Festival Has Great Turnout

Last weekend, the WYO Theater hosted its 2nd annual WYO Film Festival in Sheridan. There were around 40 films that were shown, including shorts and feature length films. Justin Stroup, Festival Director, watched over 1000 films before deciding on the ones that were to be shown at the WYO.

Awareness, Focus of Dining for Cause

Raising awareness about Joey's Fly Fishing Foundation was important for the organization during Monday's Dining for a Cause at Frackelton's restaurant.

School District 2 Seeks Expansion of Mandatory School Attendance

Sheridan County School District 2 will try again this year to get a bill before next year's Legislature expanding the age for mandatory school attendance in Wyoming.

Community Asked to Participate in JCHC Health Survey

Johnson County Healthcare Center is asking for the community's help in compiling information for a community health needs assessment.

Barrasso Congratulates Meadowlark for Second Blue Ribbon

Sheridan's Meadowlark Elementary School is one of only two in Wyoming to be designated a Blue Ribbon School this year, and that's a distinction that has to be earned, according to Wyoming Senator John Barrasso.

Buffalo Urgent Care Clinic May Become Reality

An urgent care clinic may be in Buffalo's very near future, according to Johnson County Healthcare CEO Sean McCallister.

11th Annual Pink Link

It’s that time of year again, the time where you dress up in extraordinary pink regalia to walk or run in support of access to cancer screening and early detection services at Sheridan Memorial Hospital (SMH).

Without a Doubt

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The Big Horn Rams left no question as to who the #1 team is in Class 1A with a 52-2 drubbing of Pine Bluffs Friday in Big Horn. The Rams remain undefeated and move their record to 5-0. They'll host their cross county rival Tongue River Friday night in Big Horn. Here are a few photos from the game against Pine Bluffs.

(All photos Ron Richter ©)

Petition Results to Be Presented to Council

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The Sheridan City Council, at their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night, will find out if there are enough valid signatures on the petition that was submitted September 16, to have a special election regarding Charter Ordinance #2202, the City Administrator Ordinance.

G&F: Hunter/Recreator Advisory Regarding Habitat Project

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has released an advisory for those hunting and recreating in the Bighorn National Forest this fall regarding a habitat project conducted a year ago.

October High Visibility Enforcement Location Revealed by SPD

The Sheridan Police Department have been picking areas of the city each month to dedicate extra resources to with the hope that the extra presence will deter individuals from committing traffic violations and crime in general. Sheridan Police Department Lt.

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

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October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.