A Look Back in Time: July 16 1919

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 16, 1919.

County Holds Short Budget Hearing

Sheridan County commissioners held a budget hearing that lasted only one minute Monday night, with no members of the public present in the commission chamber.

$48.6 Million Budget Passed by Johnson County

Johnson County's Commissioners held their regular meeting on Monday to conduct some regular business and to pass their annual budget for fiscal year 2019-20.

Johnson County OKs Agreement For Child Support Enforcement

The Johnson County Commission approved and accepted an agreement between the Johnson County Clerk of District Court and the Wyoming Department of Family Services for Child Support Enforcement.

Gatchell's 'Wine About History' Program Wednesday

A new history series called “Wine About History” is being offered this summer by the Johnson County Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum in Buffalo and the next offering will happen this Wednesday evening at the museum.

Decision on Airline to Serve Sheridan County May Come Next Month

Sheridan County commissioners could decide next month whether to continue commercial air service with Denver Air Connection or switch to SkyWest, the airline company chosen by the state to serve Wyoming communities including Sheridan.

Final Summer Tidbit Set for Next Month

The final Tidbit Tuesday for the summer will be Aug. 6 at the Sheridan County Museum.

Young Adult SciFi Book Discussion Thursday at Fulmer

The Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library will be the site for the Young Adult SciFi book discussion on Thursday.

Sheridan Public Health Urges Community to Get Tested for STDs, STIs

One of the services offered at Sheridan County Public Health is Sexually Transmitted Disease and Infection testing and counseling.

Main Street Reconfiguration Test

Thanks to an upcoming resurfacing project on Sheridan’s Main Street that the Wyoming Department of Transportation has scheduled in a few years, the City of Sheridan has an opportunity to test possible alternative layouts for the thoroughfare.

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