Fire Chief Announces Retirement

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After a 27-year career with Sheridan Fire-Rescue, the past 6 as Chief of the department, Fire Chief Terry Lenhart has announced his retirement, effective next Friday, June 1.

Saturday, June 2nd Is Buffalo Free Hazardous Waste Day

The annual Buffalo and Johnson County Free Hazardous Waste Collection Day has been set for next Saturday, June 2nd for county residents to properly dispose of.

Buffalo Council Hears Report From Tourism Association

Buffalo's City Council got the annual report from the Johnson County Tourism Association from Mayor Mike Johnson, who serves in the association.

JCSD1 OKs Contracts, Search Criteria For Superintendent

Johnson County School District One's Board of Trustees called a special meeting Wednesday night to discuss contracts for two positions and to discuss how the district will proceed with the search for a new district superintendent.

Local Author to Host Book Signing Saturday

Local Author Charles E. Cole will be hosting a signing event Saturday for his book “In Russian Wonderland: An American’s Odyssey in Soviet Russia” at Sheridan Stationary on Sheridan’s Main Street.

Busy Summer Season Ahead for STT

As school gets closer to being finished for the year and the weekends start to host more events, it is clear that the summer season is almost here.

CAST Waiting to See What Happens with State Air Service

During the 2018 Budget Session of the Wyoming Legislature, it was determined that communities in the state needed to be connected with a reliable air service option. Thanks to the Sheridan and Johnson Counties Critical Air Service Team known as CAST, our area already has reliable air service.

Changes to the Sale and Use of Fireworks

The Sheridan County Commissioners recently adopted a resolution that sets forth new rules and regulations pertaining to the sale and use of fireworks in Sheridan County.

Memorial Day Activities

Memorial Day is almost upon us and many will gather to honor and remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our nation.

Senator Enzi: Increased Fiscal Oversight Needed for Government Programs, Agencies and Activities

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During a Senate Budget Committee hearing on the Government Accountability Office’s Annual Report, U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming, who is the Committee Chairman, said that the report focuses on additional opportunities to reduce fragmentation, overlap, and duplication in the federal government.

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