Sheridan, Johnson County Unemployment Rates Lower Than State Average

For the month of May, Wyoming’s average unemployment rate has fallen to 4.1%, down .2% from April’s rate. Both Sheridan and Johnson County’s rates are below the state average with 3.5% and 3.9% respectively.

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With the 4th of July holiday less than two weeks away, the Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office wants to remind people what is and what isn’t allowed regarding fireworks. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Cloud Peak Energy Hosts Business After Hours

Cloud Peak Energy Inc., headquartered in Wyoming, is one of the largest coal producers in the country, and the only pure-play Powder River Basin coal company.

Local Business Owner Discusses Electronic Sign Ordinance

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The Sheridan City Council this week approved an ordinance that amends City code regarding regulating electronic signage within the City. In 2006, the City enacted restrictions against electronic signage.

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GUERNSEY, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers will explore changes to the Wyoming Cowboy Challenge Academy to bring school districts closer to the National Guard program that targets at-risk teens.

Buffalo Council Passes Liquor Ordinance On Third Reading

Buffalo's City Council approved and adopted on third reading their liquor licensing and enforcement Ordinance, after a vote at this week's council meeting.

Johnson County Accepts All Hazards Grant

During this week's meeting the Johnson County's Commissioners accepted and authorized Chairman Bill Novotny to sign an agreement with the Wyoming Department of Health for an All-Hazards Preparedness Grant.

Register now For Upcoming Longmire Fun Run

There are plenty of events to participate in during Buffalo's annual Longmire Days, But this year there is a new offering for those that wish to do some running.

A Look Back in Time: June 22, 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 June 22, 1917.

Library Board to Meet Early on Budget

Sheridan County Library System trustees will meet early next month to consider a budget that includes an extra $75,000 to repair a boiler at Sheridan Fulmer Public Library.

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