Sheridan Gateway Park Public Workshops

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The City of Sheridan is hosting two public workshops next week in regard to the Sheridan Gateway Park, that will be located at the former Port of Entry site in Sheridan.

Today's Events Include Carnival, Doggy Dash, Gardening Workshops

A carnival, doggy dash and gardening workshops are all in today's offerings of events for locals to enjoy.

Trials Set for Next Year in District Court

Trials are scheduled for next year for two Sheridan residents following arraignments in district court here this week.

A Look Back in Time: Sept. 26, 1915

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 Sept. 26, 1915.

Bison Backers Fundraiser Tonight In Buffalo

The Bison Backers' annual fund-raising dinner and auction event is tonight at the Johnson County Fairgrounds' Community Building in Buffalo.

Drug Take-Back Today In Buffalo

In conjunction with the 10th National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day today, September 26, Buffalo and Johnson County residents can turn in their unused, outdated or unwanted prescription drugs for safe disposal from 10 to 2 in the lobby of the Shopko Store in Buffalo at 129 Harmony Street.

Hardin Schools Locked Down

Hardin Public Schools were locked down Friday morning, and students sent home, according to an administrative assistant at the district office.

After Bear Kills Son, Father Calls $13,120 Fine ‘A Joke’

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by Angus M. Thuermer Jr. |

A father whose son was killed by a bear while working in the Teton Wilderness said this week Wyoming OSHA’s $13,120 fine against the company involved in the death is “a joke.”

Johnson County Planning Grant Application Moves On To SLIB

Johnson County's application for a planning grant for a multi-use facility at the Bomber Mountain Civic Center has moved on to the State Lands and Investments Board (SLIB) for their review and approval. The SLIB's next meeting is Thursday, October 1st.

Proposed City Management of SAWS Raises Concerns

During a recent Public Pulse show, Sheridan Media’s Kim Love questioned the necessity of maintaining the management of the Sheridan Area Water Supply system, known as SAWS, with a joint powers board of city and county officials, since it’s been proposed to be handed over to the city.

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