Governor Discusses Tech Industry in Wyoming

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We continue our series today on the recent summit in Jackson that brought members of the ENDOW Executive Council together with the ENDOW Advisory Council. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation Receives Federal Grant

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The National Park Service announced $1.2 million in grants Thursday that will help fund preservation, restoration, and education projects at several Japanese American confinement sites.

SCJC's Rope For Knowledge This Weekend In Buffalo

The annual Rope For Knowledge event, to benefit the scholarship program at Sheridan College in Johnson County, will be this weekend at the fairgrounds in Buffalo.

Buffalo's Lobban Avenue Project Nearing Completion

Project Engineer Brent Bennett, with Nelson Engineering of Buffalo, said the Lobban Avenue reconstruction project is nearly complete, with only a few minor projects yet to be finished.

90-Plus Attend Mental Health Summit

More than 90 people were at Sheridan College Thursday for a day-long VA Community Mental Health Summit.

Second Chance Always in Need of More Donations of Time and Funds

Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue is a local non profit that is dedicated to helping felines in the community.

Wyoming Theater Festival Tickets On Sale Now

The 3rd Annual Wyoming Theater Festival is getting closer and closer to opening day at Sheridan’s Mars Black Box Theater.

Sheridan PD Expecting Influx of Visitors for Eclipse

On Monday, the population of people in Wyoming is expected to be at least doubled in size. Hundreds of Thousands of people will be flocking to the state to witness the much awaited total solar eclipse. Although Sheridan does not lie in the path of totality, Sheridan Police Lt.

Saban Fire Lookout Interpretive Walk Saturday Above Buffalo

The second of three interpretive walks at the James T. Saban Fire Lookout west of Buffalo will be offered by officials from the Bighorn National Forest this Saturday and the public is invited to attend.

Johnson County Adopts Amended Septic Regulations

Johnson County has adopted updated regulations concerning the permitting of small septic systems within the county, and the subsequent methods for enforcement of the regulations.

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