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June 22nd, 2017

Gatchell's Living History Day Saturday In Buffalo

The Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum's Living History Day is Saturday and will feature many exhibits outside and free admission to the museum all day.

PMO Happy With City's Work On Liquor Ordinance

The Prevention Management Organization of Wyoming is pleased with the work by the city council and others in drafting changes to the city's liquor licensing and enforcement Ordinance, according to Bill Hawley, Community Prevention Specialist with the PMO in Buffalo.

A Look Back in Time: June 23, 1917

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 June 23, 1917.

Rocky Mountain Sign Shop Holds Open House

Hot dogs, hamburgers, barbecue and music were the order of the evening Thursday during an open house at Rocky Mountain Sign, Design and Print on Frank Street in Sheridan.

Local Artist Spotlight: Lancifer

Seattle born, but Sheridan raised recording artist Lancifer has been all around the world living his dream of being a musician. Music is in his blood and he started exploring his talents young.

New City Code Regarding Pests

Pigeons can sometimes be a nuisance and that is exactly why they are classified as pests. A new Sheridan city code will make it harder for pests, specifically pigeons, to find homes and reproduce within the city limits according to Sheridan Police Department’s Lt.

Thursday, June 22nd

Write-In: 06-22 -2017

Red Shed Re-Dos POP UP SALE!
Located at Roosters – 1755 South Sheridan Ave. – Saturday June 24th – 10am-2pm
Repurposed furniture, custom art, vintage inspired home décor and shabby chic!
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Do you need your lawn mowed, and do you want it done right? Call Kenny’s lawn mowing service!

Thursday 06-22-17

Mark Gordon / Mike Madden

Sheridan, Johnson County Unemployment Rates Lower Than State Average

For the month of May, Wyoming’s average unemployment rate has fallen to 4.1%, down .2% from April’s rate. Both Sheridan and Johnson County’s rates are below the state average with 3.5% and 3.9% respectively.

Things That Go Boom

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With the 4th of July holiday less than two weeks away, the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office wants to remind people what is and what isn’t allowed regarding fireworks. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.