Archive - Jun 6, 2013 - News

New Museum at the Bradford Brinton Ranch in the Works

Sheridan Media's Chris Foy brings us this report about a new museum that's in the works at the Brandford Brinton Ranch.

Run, Bike, Stroll or Take the Trolley Saturday for Park2Park

A community-wide event will be taking place in Sheridan on Saturday, showcasing the trail system and various parks within the city.

County Planning Recommends Approval of Two Quarry Applications

The Sheridan County Planning and Zoning Commission on Thursday approved two separate applications for quarries within the county - but with certain conditions.

Wyoming Author's Book Signing Friday At Jo Co Library

Wyoming author C. M. Wendelboe will be at the Johnson County Library Friday morning, June 7th at 10am for a discussion and book signing featuring his latest book, “Death on the Greasy Grass.”

Buffalo Council Gets Final Numbers From City-Wide Cleanup

At their last meeting, the Buffalo City Council got the final numbers report on the recent city-wide cleanup from City Building Inspector Toby Rhoades.

Sheridan Angels Garage Sale

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The Sheridan Angels Facebook group was started by Kelley Mason several months ago as a way for those needing help to reach out, and for those offering help to pay it forward.

Local Artist Shines in National Competition

Sheridan County artist Sonja Caywood did very well at the 2013 Railway Art Show, Sale and Competition at the Cheyenne Depot Museum. Caywood explains the award she recently received.

Senator Enzi Addresses Holder and Backroom Debt Ceiling Increase

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U.S. Senator Mike Enzi released a video this week addressing several constituent concerns about the goings on in Washington D.C. Enzi received numerous emails calling for Attorney General Eric Holder's resignation.

Battle On The Blacktop This Weekend In Buffalo

The eighth annual Battle On The Blacktop 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament will be this weekend in Buffalo.

Jo Co Commission Approves Funding For P/T Worker

The Johnson County Commissioners, at their last meeting, approved a plan from County Sanitarian Rick Durfee to keep part-time employee Jordan Stevenson once his employment through a Federal program ends this November.