A Look Back in Time: Oct. 22, 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 Oct. 22, 1919.

Legislators, School Trustees Exchange Ideas

Sheridan County legislators met with trustees and administration of Sheridan County School District 2 Monday night to talk about the upcoming legislative session and how that could impact education.

JCHC Community Health Survey Wraps up October 31st

Johnson County Healthcare Center is compiling information for a community health needs assessment, and wants participation from Johnson County residents, but the survey will conclude at the end of this month.

Johnson County Accepts Homeland Security Grant

Johnson County has approved and accepted a Homeland Security grant that will improve he communications capability of the Johnson County Healthcare Center.

Drug Take-Back Events in Buffalo, Kaycee Saturday

The Johnson County Prevention Council will be participating in the National Drug Take-Back Day this Saturday in both Buffalo and Kaycee.

Nov. 5 Deadline for Fire District Elections

Residents in five Sheridan County fire districts have until Nov. 5 to return their ballots to the election office at the Sheridan County Courthouse.

Wyoming Insurance Department Named Executive Champion

The Wyoming Department of Insurance has been recognized as an 2019 Executive Champion, by the national organization Autism Speaks.

UW Trustees Move Towards New Residence Hall Construction

A multiphase project to create new student housing on the University of Wyoming Campus in Laramie has taken a significant step forward.

5th Annual Halloween Run Set for Saturday

The Sheridan Recreation Districts 5th Annual Morning Mayhem Halloween Run 5k and 1 Mile Kids Run is set for Saturday. Rec District Director Seth Ulvestad explained how the courses will be laid out.

Lt. Koltiska Update on Deer Management

Several years ago, the Sheridan City Council decided to implement a deer management program within city limits that allows area archers to bow hunt deer. The program continues to this day and Sheridan Police Department Lt.

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