Knights of Columbus Host Fish Fry

The Sheridan Knights of Columbus will host a Lenten Fish Fry on Friday at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 301 E. Brundage.

District 2 Looking at Elementary School Boundaries

Disparities in enrollment numbers have Sheridan County School District 2 administrators considering a possible redrawing of boundary lines between the five elementary schools in Sheridan.

Sheridan Chamber Luncheon Hosts Wyoming Legislators for Recap of Legislative Session

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce hosted their monthly luncheon on Wednesday, where four Wyoming legislators were present to give a recap of what was accomplished during the recent legislative session, as well as an outline of their current priorities.

Be a “Below Zero Hero” at the Jackalope Jump Fundraiser for Special Olympics

This Saturday, the Sheridan community will have the opportunity to become a “Below Zero Hero” by participating in the Jackalope Jump, a fundraiser where teams and individuals will jump into freezing waters for a good cause.

Sheridan College Science Lecture Rescheduled

Due to college closure starting at 1 p.m., the science lecture scheduled Wednesday night has been rescheduled for next Wednesday at 7 p.m.

Tass Discusses Legislative Session With JCSD1 Trustees

The Board of Trustees for Johnson County School District #1 heard updates on the recently concluded legislative session from State Senator Dave Kinskey (R-Sheridan) and State Representative Richard Tass (R-Buffalo) who spoke to them during their meeting Monday night.

JCHC's Bettinger Recognized For Cardiac Rehab Work

Julia Bettinger, Director of Cardiopulmonary Wellness at the Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo, has been recognized for her contributions to the cardiac rehabilitation program at the healthcare center.

Hospital Board Plans Decision on Pharmacy Project

A decision on which construction plan to move forward with concerning the pharmacy remodel at the Johnson County Healthcare Center is expected to be made at their meeting on March 27th, according to discussions at last month's meeting.

State Capitol Building Renovation Project

The Wyoming State Capitol has been under construction for a couple of years now with the completion of the project expected to be this summer.

Blizzard Warning In Effect Until Noon Thursday

The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard Warning that went into effect Wednesday morning and will last through Thursday at noon. NWS Billings Office Meteorologist Brian Tesar explains more.

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