The Sheridan County Museum is open for their summer hours through the Labor Day holiday in September. According to Museum Director John Woodward, the museum will also be open for the 4th of July.

Summer in Wyoming means more people are in state for the tourism season and Sheridan is not immune to the influx in bodies.

Young anglers will have a chance to catch a fish and learn about the environment on July 8 at Porcupine Ranger Station pond in the Bighorn National Forest.

A lease between the Johnson County Commission and Carl and Joe Reiner was approved and Commission Chairman Bill Novotny was authorized to sign the agreement by the county commissioners during their recent meeting.

This coming weekend will be relatively event-free in Buffalo and Johnson County, before the month of July roars in with Independence Day celebrations and continues with the Bighorn Mountain Music Festival, Longmire Days, the North American Basque Organization Festival, and the Johnson County Fair and Rodeo throughout the month.

Sheridan Memorial Hospital CEO Mike McCafferty has asked Sheridan County commissioners to consider paying another $88,000 a year to the hospital for Title 25 patients.

Verdello, Sheridan’s Olive Oils and Fine Foods store held their grand opening Friday at their store in Grinnell Plaza.

On Friday evening, officers with the Sheridan Police Department received detailed information about a Sheridan resident selling marijuana. According to Lt.

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