Archive - Mar 2018

March 29th

P&Z Commission Nearly Done With Subdivision Regs

Johnson County has been working on updating their subdivision regulations, with County Planner Jim Waller and the Planning and Zoning Commission going over and drafting changes to them over the last six months.

Madden On Direct Distributions For Local Governments

State Representative Mike Madden sat down recently with Sheridan Media to discuss this year's legislative session, and talked about direct distribution funds for local governments, which he said had remained about the same from the previous year.

Buffalo's Annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday

Buffalo's annual Easter Egg Hunt will be happening this Saturday in Washington Park, and will give kids the opportunity to get candy, prizes, and a chance at winning a bicycle.

A Look Back in Time: March 30, 1918

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on March 30, 1918.

Highland Park 4th Graders Make Blankets for Young Patients at Hospital

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Highland Park Elementary 4th Graders in Michaela Escoto’s class enjoy doing community service projects. The class recently made colorful fleece blankets and members of the Sheridan Memorial Hospital Women’s Health Department visited the school and accepted the blankets which will be given to babies and young patients at the hospital.

Biteman Announces Run for State Senate

Sheridan County resident Bo Biteman has announced that he will run for a seat on the Wyoming Senate. Currently, Biteman is the State Representative for House District 51.

When I’m 64 Series Talks Social Security

On Tuesday, the Hub in Sheridan will continue their “When I’m 64” series with a chat about social security.

Thursday 03-29-18

Sheridan County Sheriff / Rex Rammel Candidate for Wyoming Governor

Sheridan PD on Mental Health

Law Enforcement Officials nationwide come into contact with individuals that are experiencing mental health difficulties.

March 28th

UW Law Students Make History in National Negotiations Competition

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Two University of Wyoming College of Law students earned recognition at the National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA) Nelson Mandela International Negotiations Competition in Brooklyn, N.Y., earlier this month.