Wyoming

County EMC To Speak At Wednesday's Chamber Lunch

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will host their luncheon for December on Wednesday, and this month's featured speaker will be Johnson County Emergency Management Coordinator Marilyn Connolly.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 19, 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 Dec. 19, 1917.

Wine Fest Tickets are on Sale

Tickets are on sale now for the Downtown Sheridan Association's annual Wine Fest, to be held on March 2.

Sheridan Takes Six 'Best' Awards from True West

Sheridan has received six “Best of the West” Awards for 201 from True West Magazine, including the Best Place to Live Like an Old West Cowboy and Best Promotion of a Historic Place.

Hub Plans Special Holiday Events

The Hub on Smith Street has announced plans for a week of festivities leading up to Christmas, starting Tuesday with $2 Burgers and Bluegrass.

Krumm Re-appointed to Predator Management

Sheridan sportsman Bob Krumm has been re-appointed to the Predator Management District of Sheridan County.

Devoted To Home Home Health Care

Home Health Care is an alternative option to full time care that many are looking into nowadays. Devoted to Home is an agency that does just that and they are now serving Sheridan County.

Men’s Night Out

On Thursday, the Downtown Sheridan Association is hosting their annual Men’s Night Out event on Sheridan's Historic Main Street for all of the guys in the area that still need to finish up their Christmas shopping.

Game and Fish Fees Increase in 2018

2017 is coming to a close and come January, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will increase the fees on several of the licenses they offer for the first time in 11 years.

Commissioners Table Decision On Gatchell Position

A request from the Jim Gatchell Museum to allow them to hire a person for the soon-to-be vacant Bookstore Manager position was tabled to allow some discussion and research into the position and how it might be modified for better service and cost-effectiveness.

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