Judge Rejects Plea Deal at Sentencing

A sentencing hearing was held Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan for 46-year-old Jon Schoenfelder Jr. of Sheridan.

Rain Fails to Dampen Third Thursday

Rain earlier in the day didn't dampen enthusiasm as people flocked to downtown Sheridan, visiting both the vendors on Main Street and the many stores that stayed open during the first Third Thursday of 2019.

Sheridan County EMC Discusses Recent Flooding

Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram and County Emergency Management Coordinator Bruce Edwards were guests on our talk show Public Pulse where they discussed the recent flooding in Sheridan County.

Library Director Retirement Party Sunday

Johnson County Library Director Cynthia Twing will be retiring at the end of June, and a party to celebrate her achievements and her pending retirement will be this Sunday at the library in Buffalo.

Hub Celebrates Summer Solstice

Flowers, peace signs – and lots of Jell-O – were in evidence at The Hub on Smith Street Thursday as staff threw a 1970s-themed party to celebrate the Summer Solstice.

Charter Ordinance Prompts A Number of Ordinance Changes

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Charter Ordinance #2202, the City Administrator ordinance that’s intended to replace the City’s current Charter Ordinance, #2158, has prompted the City to amend a number of other ordinances to comply with #2202. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Wyoming State Senator, Bipartisan Panel, Offer Ideas to Improve Federal Budget Process

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming, Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, hosted Wyoming State Senator Eli Bebout of Riverton Wednesday at a hearing to explore the advantages of Wyoming's biennial budgeting.

Trustees Accept Land That Will Expand Sheridan College Tech Programs

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District have accepted a total of just over 31 acres of land that will increase Sheridan College campus acreage by nearly one-third and provide support for the college's vocational technology programs.

Upcoming NWCCD Budget Balanced, Conservative

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District were presented with a draft budget that's balanced and conservative in a work session Wednesday night.

High School Office Helps Students Plan for College

Among the services provided at Sheridan High School is an office that helps students and their parents plan for college.

ANB Bank Celebrates Grand Re-Opening

ANB Bank in Buffalo recently celebrated their Grand Re-Opening after nearly a year-long remodeling project to complete a “re-branding” of the bank, according to Community Bank President Steve Reimann.

Johnson County Renews Juvenile Detention Agreement

Johnson County has approved a contract with Natrona County for juvenile detention services for the coming fiscal year.

Sheridan County Appoints Public Records Person

Earlier this year the Wyoming Legislature enacted a law that requires each Wyoming governmental entity to designate a person to receive all applications for public records, and that the designated person shall serve as the point of contact between the governmental entity and the applicant seeking public records.

UW Professor, Grad Student Team with Casper Company to Create Augmented Reality for Medical Applications

University of Wyoming researchers and a Casper medical company have teamed up to bring to market an augmented reality (AR) system that will make ultrasound-guided surgical injection procedures easier, faster and more comfortable.

Wyoming Public Radio Reporter Wins National Edward R. Murrow Award

Wyoming Public Radio (WPR) News received a 2019 National Edward R. Murrow Award in the small market category for Best Use of Sound for Cooper McKim’s story “Scientists Race to Research Stonefly Species Threatened by Climate Change.”

Wyoming Senator to speak at Wyoming Association for Career and Technical Education annual conference

Wyoming Senator Dave Kinskey will speak at the opening session of the Wyoming Association for Career and Technical Education annual conference in Casper today.

G&F Reminds Residents to Leave Young Wildlife Alone

It is that time of year again when juvenile wildlife can be spotted out and about.

Main Street Reconfiguration Test Set for August

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The Sheridan City Council gave their approval Monday night to move forward with a Main Street reconfiguration test later this summer. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Council Approves Water, Sewer, Solid Waste Fee Increases

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Three separate resolutions were approved by the Sheridan City Council this week that establish rate increases for the utility rates for water service, sewer service and for solid waste collection and disposal.

District 1 Superintendent Salary, Benefits Set

Sheridan County School District 1 trustees approved the salary and benefits package for School Superintendent Pete Kilbride and approved salary schedules for the district's other employees Tuesday night.