Archive - Apr 24, 2018 - News

Chamber Coffees Another Way to Reach Out

Dixie Johnson, who's CEO of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, said the organization's monthly coffees are another way to reach out to the county's outlying communities.

Ranch at Ucross Dates to Late 1800s

The Ranch at Ucross at one time was huge, boasting 35,000 acres.

Century 21 Ribbon Cutting At Business After Hours Event

The Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Business After Hours event this Thursday at the Cimmaron Mall in Buffalo.

Buffalo Businesses Pass Alcohol Compliance Checks

Buffalo Police Chief Jason Carder, during his report to the council at their last meeting, said that at a recent alcohol compliance check performed by his officers, none of the businesses sold alcohol to the minor, which he said was a nice change.

Commissioners Approve Contract For Prisoner Health Services

Johnson County's Commissioners have approved a contract between themselves and the Johnson County Healthcare Center's Home Health Services to provide medical care to the inmates at the county detention center.

Wyoming Innovation Tour to Stop in Sheridan, Gillette

A statewide tour to bring funding and business assistance resources to entrepreneurs, inventors and innovators will be in Sheridan and Gillette this week.

Business Council Seeks Applicants for Broadband Advisory Council

The Wyoming Business Council will accept applications through May 4 for people interested in serving on a newly formed Broadband Advisory Council.

The Season Called ‘Sprinter’ Chilled Wyoming, Most of USA

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Both in the movie business and the book business, there is the concept of “false ending,” where you as the viewer or reader think the story is over. Not so. Later the ultimate ending arrives. Just about every movie or book uses this device.

Light of Hope Breakfast on Friday

On Friday morning, the 10th Annual Light of Hope Breakfast will take place at the Sheridan Holiday Inn.

Wyoming Joins The Nation In Celebrating Travel and Tourism

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Governor Matt Mead will be signing a proclamation to designate May 6-12 as National Travel and Tourism Week in Wyoming. The signing will take place at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens on Monday at 2pm. Mead says this is important because travel and tourism is Wyoming’s second-largest industry.