Wyoming

Sheridan Sears Hometown Not Part of Bankruptcy

The owner of Sears Hometown in Sheridan said the Sheridan store isn't having any financial problem and neither the Sheridan store nor any other Sears Hometown and Outlet Stores in the nation, are part of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy filed earlier by Sears Holding Corporation.

Wyoming News Update

Posted in

ELECTION 2018-GOVERNOR-WYOMING

CHEYENNE — The four candidates for Wyoming governor debate issues Thursday night leading up to next month's election to replace term-limited Matt Mead.

WINTER FORECAST

1 dead, 1 critical after Wednesday night shooting in Mills

Posted in

MILLS, Wyo. (AP) — Authorities say a man is dead in a shooting that left another man injured in the Natrona County town of Mills.

Cpl. Bryan McLimore of the Mills Police Department says the man who died is suspected of shooting the other man who is hospitalized in critical condition.

Forsberg Photography to be on Display

Sheridan Fulmer Library will display artwork from photographer and conservationist Michael Forsberg in November.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 19, 1918

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. 19, 1918.

Commission Candidates Talk About Grants

A question from the audience regarding grants prompted Sheridan County commission candidate Christi Haswell to say she would like to see a commissioner on the SEEDA board.

Creekside Dinner Theater Saturday Night In Buffalo

Creek Side Performing Arts will present two plays during a dinner theater event this Saturday in Buffalo.

Creek Side Board Member Jennifer Romanoski gives some details on what those attending will experience.

Johnson County Accepts Homeland Security Grant

Johnson County has accepted a $16,000 Homeland Security Grant to to purchase equipment that will help with agricultural animals in an emergency event.

Buffalo Mayor Backs Lodging Tax Renewal

At this week's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce lunch, Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson spoke on the city's proposed one-cent special purpose tax that will be on the November ballot, asking for county residents to support it.

Seth Ulvestad Named Rec District Director

Seth Ulvestad has been named executive director of the Sheridan Recreation District.

Syndicate content