Big Horn Mountain Festival Coming To Buffalo This Weekend

The 13th annual Big Horn Mountain Festival, featuring acoustic, Americana, old-timey, Bluegrass and traditional music, will be in Buffalo this weekend, July 7th, 8th, and 9th at the Johnson County Fairgrounds.

County Awards Fuel Contract To Big Horn Co-Op

Johnson County's Commissioners opened sealed bids for the contract to provide fuel for county vehicles for the coming fiscal year at their brief meeting Wednesday morning.

Buffalo Council Renews Contract With Animal Shelter

The St. Francis Animal Shelter's annual contract with the City of Buffalo was renewed by the city council at their meeting Wednesday evening.

A Look Back in Time: July 6, 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 July 6, 1917.

Police Officer Promoted Wednesday

Sheridan police officer Kelly Waugh was promoted from corporal to sergeant in ceremonies at 3 p.m. Wednesday in a ceremony in the Council Chambers at Sheridan's City Hall.

Groundbreaking Ceremonies Held for New Aquatic Center

Groundbreaking ceremonies were held at noon Wednesday for the new aquatic center at Sheridan's YMCA.

Library Board Approves Bid for Boiler Repair

Sheridan County Library System trustees awarded bid for repair of the Sheridan Fulmer Library's boiler to Powder River Heating and Air but are uncertain where the funds for the fix will come from.

Sheridan PD Reports “Normal” 4th of July Weekend

The 4th of July Holiday has come and gone and the Sheridan Police Department had a few incidents involving alcohol. Lt. Tom Ringley said that it was a pretty normal 4th of July weekend for the city.

ABF Brewfest Guests Get A Peek at the New Lodge Entryway

On Saturday, the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area hosted the 2nd Annual Bighorn Mountains Brewfest and those that attended got to see some of the progress that is being made on the lodge.

UW 2018 Budget Approved by Trustees

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Recently, the University of Wyoming’s Board of Trustees approved expenditures of just over $462 million for the 2017-2018 fiscal year and initiated a centralized approach to handling their reserves.

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