May 2nd, 2014

Thorne-Rider Project Ahead of Schedule

Expansion of Sheridan College's Thorne-Rider Campus Center is coming along ahead of schedule.

A Look Back in Time: May 2, 1914

Plans are under way for a new railroad to open soon on the Buffalo-to-Clearmont section.

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Arguments begin in Wyoming old-case murder trial

UW Hoops/ Local Soccer and Track / Troopers open 2014 Saturday / Rockies beat the Mets

UW BASKETBALL - Today we wrap up our conversations with University of Wyoming basketball coaches.

Cowgirl Head coach Joe Legerski it was difficult to see the cowgirls get a post season tournament snub after a 20 win season.

Legerski talks about off season needs and the players they are bringing in to join the Cowgirls this fall.

May 1st

Hospital’s Financial Chief Resigns

Ed Johlman, who’s been the chief financial officer for the Sheridan Memorial Hospital for the past seven years, has resigned.

Commissioner Rolston Announces Bid for Re-Election

A current Sheridan County Commissioner has announced his intent to run for re-election. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the details.

Trees for Trash

City of Sheridan and Sheridan County residents will have an opportunity to receive a free Colorado spruce seedling, courtesy of Landon's Greenhouse, during Saturday's annual Trees for Trash event.

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Opening arguments in Wyoming old-murder trial

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Opening statements are starting in the trial of an elderly Missouri woman authorities accuse of killing her husband in Wyoming nearly 40 years ago.

Apply Now For Leadership Johnson County Training

Applications are being taken now and will be taken through July 1st for the Leadership Johnson County training that will begin in September and run through May of 2015.

Commissioners Tackle Wandering Stock Dispute

The Johnson County Commissioners will be helping to resolve an ongoing issue with stock owned by one county resident getting into another's property in an adjacent subdivision to his property in the Red Hills Road area east of Buffalo.