Gordon Elected As 33rd Governor of Wyoming

Mark Gordon of Buffalo became the 33rd Governor of the State of Wyoming after winning the general election Tuesday.

Fort Phil Kearny's 'Full Moon Fort' This Weekend

This Friday and Saturday, Fort Phil Kearny near Story will be hosting their sixth annual “Full Moon Fort.”

Sheridan Commissioners Have Light Agenda Tuesday

Sheridan County's Commissioners will have their second meeting for the month on Tuesday, and will work through a light agenda.

Johnson, Sheridan Counties Approve Revised Agreement

Both the Johnson and Sheridan County Commissions have approved a revised agreement between themselves and the Wyoming Department of Health for the counties to share a Public Health Emergency Preparedness Coordinator.

'Be On The Lookout' For Couple Involved In Money Scheme

Law enforcement in Johnson County is asking the public to be on the lookout for a couple that was seen Friday afternoon in Kaycee that was involved in a money scheme at a local business.

Filing Ends for School, College, Special District Candidates

Nineteen candidates have filed for various positions on Sheridan County's three school districts, the Northern Wyoming Community College District and Sheridan County Conservation District.

Sheridan Commission Approves SCRF Funds Transfer

As part of their consent agenda, the Sheridan County Commission ratified new account documents and approved the transfer of Special Capital Reserve Fund (SCRF) monies from Wells Fargo Bank to First Federal Bank and Trust.

Sheridan County Approves Quarry Permit Extension

The Sheridan County Commission discussed a proposed permit extension for a quarry in the county during their last commission meeting.

Commissioners Accept Proposal For One-Percent Education

Sheridan County's Commissioners discussed two proposals geared to public education and information concerning the Optional One-Cent Sales Tax and the reasons voters in Sheridan County should re-approve the tax in the November General Election.

Sheridan County Accepts Fire Mitigation Grant Agreement

The Sheridan County Commission has approved an agreement and accepted terms for up to $100,000 in grant funding from the US Department of Agriculture for a county fire mitigation program.

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