Sheridan Schools are Reducing Absences

Schools in Sheridan have reduced student absences this year.

Event Will Raise Money For Kearney Hall Renovation

A dance and “edible auction” will be held this weekend in Buffalo with funds to go toward the renovation and use of the Kearney Community Hall.

Buffalo Council Passes Water Rate Increase On First Reading

The Buffalo City Council has voted and passed on first reading Ordinance No. 1381, which will increase the rates users pay for city water.
The vote was 3-2 in favor with Councilmen Dave Long and Russ Humphrey voting against the increase.

County Discusses Possible Changes To Policy Handbook

Johnson County elected officials, department heads and the county commissioners spent about an hour during their regular meeting Tuesday in a workshop discussing possible changes to and questions concerning policies within the county handbook.

A Look Back in Time: March 2, 1916

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 March 2, 1916.

This Month’s Jentel Presents

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More than once Tuesday night at Jentel Presents, the word ‘fascinating’ was used to describe the four visual and two writers participating in the Jentel Artists Residency Program.

A Few Words About Mike Sullivan and a Different Time in Wyoming

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It was September 1990, and then-Wyoming Gov. Mike Sullivan’s Irish temper was hot.

SHS Students Bring ‘Seven Brides’ to Stage

One of the local high schools is bringing a classic musical to life this week. Leslie Stratmoen has the story.

Commission Considers Alteration to Park, Skinner Streets

The Sheridan County Commission meets this morning for a regular monthly meeting at 9 at the courthouse in Sheridan.

Governor Signs Asset Forfeiture Bill into Law

Wyoming Governor Matt Mead signed legislation into law Monday that aims to safeguard citizens against unnecessary asset seizures while ensuring law enforcement officers have the tools and resources they need to pursue criminal cases and keep Wyoming citizens safe.

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