Wyoming

CBR Offers Workshop On Proposed Public Lands Transfer

The Council for the Bighorn Range held a workshop Wednesday in Buffalo to discuss and present information on public lands owned by the Federal government and the proposed legislation that, if adopted by the state and eventually by the Federal Government, would transfer management of those lands to Wyoming.

Gatchell's Fall Gathering Fundraiser Saturday In Buffalo

The Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo will have their annual Fall Gathering fundraiser this weekend, to raise money for the Gatchell Museum Association.

Annual Winter Sale Will Benefit Local Habitat For Humanity

A Buffalo church will be hosting a sale of winter-themed items this weekend with the proceeds from the sale going to benefit Habitat For Humanity of Johnson County.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 13, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Oct. 13, 1917.

Ramaco CEO’s Statement on DEQ’s Decision

The Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality recently determined that Ramaco Carbon’s Brook Mine, which would be located in Sheridan County, permit application be revised and resubmitted.

Miss Wyoming and McDonald’s Host Fundraiser Friday

Miss Wyoming 2017 Cheyenne Buyert, a native of Sheridan, will be participating in a fundraising event at Mcdonald’s on Coffeen Avenue in Sheridan Friday night.

Pints for Pussycats Set for Tuesday

Second Chance Sheridan Cat Rescue, a local nonprofit, will host their 3rd Annual Pints for Pussycats fundraiser at Black Tooth Brewing company in Sheridan on Tuesday.

Sheridan County’s Walk-In Area 3 Closed to Hunting

Sheridan County’s Walk-In Hunt Area #3 is closed to hunters this fall due to a fire that destroyed the habitat in early September.

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WILD HORSE ROUNDUP

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The U.S. government is halting a Wyoming wild horse roundup amid a legal dispute over whether it should count foals toward the roundup quota.

Sign Auction Nets $33,000-Plus

Wyoming's Department of Transportation netted just over $33,000 from a recent auction of five decommissioned Welcome to Wyoming signs.

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