Final Council Meeting of the Year

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The Sheridan City Council will hold their final meeting of 2017 Monday night. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Holiday Safety Tips

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Holiday decorations, such as candles, lights, and of course, the Christmas tree, are abundant throughout homes this time of year, but each of these items can pose a threat of starting a fire.

Tickets Now Available For Big Horn Mountain Festival

The 14th annual Big Horn Mountain Festival will be happening next summer in Buffalo, but advance tickets are available now for a discounted price.

The ticket for the entire three-day festival is $95, which is a $10 savings over the gate price.

Sheridan County Cadets Coming to the YMCA

The Sheridan County YMCA strives to bring a variety of activities and programs to the community so that everyone can find something they are interested in.

Sheridan’s Direct Distribution Funding Down for 2018

The City of Sheridan receives Direct Distribution Funding from the state each year with the stipulation that it may not be used for personnel, salaries/wages, and benefit expenditures. In 2017, Sheridan received $1,980,333 and in 2018 that number is almost a quarter of a million dollars lower.

Governor Mead on Capital Gains

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The Consensus Revenue Estimating Group, or CREG, as it is better known, released their latest revenue report for Wyoming in late October.

Chamber CEO: This Year's Stroll 'Very Successful'

This year's Christmas Stroll was really fantastic and very fantastic, according to Dixie Johnson, who's CEO of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce.

County Accepts MOU with Gatchell Museum

The Johnson County Commissioners approved and adopted a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) with the Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum, at the request of Museum Director Sylvia Bruner.

Jalan Crossland Performs Saturday In Buffalo

Author Craig Johnson and the Cowboy Carousel Center are teaming up to present “Jalan Crossland - An Apocalyptic Christmas” this Saturday at the carousel center.

College Trustees Approve Strategic Plan

Trustees of the Northern Wyoming Community College District approved a five-year strategic plan at their meeting Thursday night.

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