Commissioners Approve Camino For Public Defender

Mrs. Camino was recommended for the position by Wyoming Governor Matt Mead, according to Commission Chairman Bill Novotny.

Forest Service Seeks Input On Buffalo Watershed Project

The Bighorn National Forest's Powder River Ranger District is seeking public comment on a proposed project that will protect water quality in the City of Buffalo's municipal watershed.

A Look Back in Time: June 7, 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 June 7, 1917.

District 1 Trustees Work on Goals

After a series of meetings to develop a strategic plan, Sheridan County School District 1 trustees met in a work session Tuesday to develop goals to make the plan happen.

Commissioners Reduce Liquor License Fees

Sheridan County commissioners approved new county liquor licensing laws Tuesday with one change from a hearing on Monday.

New Main Street Cafe Proud to Serve Home-cooked Meals

The Corner Cafe on Sheridan’s Main Street is open for breakfast and lunch all week long, serving up made from scratch, home-cooked meals.

Pastor to Retire After 14 Years

Pastor Don Derryberry has preached at Sheridan’s 1st United Methodist Church for 14 years. With the recent completion of their new church remodel, Derryberry has decided to retire from his position as full time Pastor.

Local Student Receives High Honor at UW

Each year, one exemplary University of Wyoming women is honored as the Rosemarie Martha Spitaleri Award. This award is given to UW outstanding graduating woman and this year Sarah Maze of Ranchester earned the honor.

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JCHC Board Reviews Preliminary 2018 Budget

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center reviewed their preliminary budget for the coming 2018 fiscal year during their May meeting last week.

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