Sheridan Organization Continues to Collect Donations for Firefighters

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A Sheridan organization is gathering supplies to take to the more than 100 firefighters battling a blaze north of Sheridan.

A truck supplied by Fremont Motors Toyota will be at the Farmers Co-op at 10 a.m. Saturday.

Sheridan Woman Named 'Woman of Influence'

Becky Cooper of Sheridan has been named a Woman of Influence in Manufacturing and Technology by the Wyoming Business Report.

City Council, County Commission Have Meetings Tuesday

Buffalo's City Council and the Johnson County Commissioners are scheduled to have their first meetings of September this coming Tuesday after the long holiday weekend.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 2, 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 Sept. 2, 1917.

Sheridan Organization Collects Donations for Firefighters

A Sheridan organization is gathering supplies to take to the more than 100 firefighters battling a blaze that's burning more than 70,000 acres north of Sheridan.

Wounded Warriors Speak on What Labor Day Weekend Retreat Means to Them

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Labor Day Weekend in Sheridan County is exciting for reasons like the Don King Days events and the World Championship Blacksmith Contest but last year, the Wyoming Chapter of the Halo For Freedom Warriors Foundation started a new tradition that brings meaning to the holiday celebrations.

Lightning-Caused Fire Now at 70,000 Acres

UPDATE – Fires caused by lightning Wednesday night north of Sheridan have grown into a single blaze that's way over 70,000 acres, according to Sheridan County Fire Warden Bill Biastoch.

ENDOW Executive Summary Submitted to Governor Mead

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The ENDOW Executive Council Thursday submitted its first report to Governor Matt Mead and the Wyoming Legislature through the Joint Minerals, Business and Economic Development Interim Committee. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Revenue Committee To Discuss How To Meet Funding Goals

The Legislature's Joint Interim Revenue Committee have been tasked with finding revenue lost in the recent downturn in the state's mineral industry, finding revenue to help with the shortage in school funding, and finding creative ways to generate new revenue before the upcoming session in early 2018.

JCHC Needs Sump Pump For New Elevator

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center held their August meeting Wednesday night, and were informed that the new elevator, part of the 2018 capital construction project, will require the installation of a new sump pump after it was recently inspected.

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