Sheriff to Holds More Community Outreach Events

The Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office has held three Community Outreach events over the past couple of months, one in Ranchester, one in Big Horn, and one in the Story/Banner area.

Rep. Biteman Planning to Introduce Two Bills During Budget Session

During the upcoming Budget Session, legislators wanting to propose new bills will need to have a two thirds vote to get that process rolling.

Sheridan College Sign Master Plan Approved by Council

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The Sheridan City Council met for their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night at City Hall. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

STT Director Talks Winter Tourism

Tourism in Sheridan continues to be a key cog in the economy, as there are no shortage of events throughout the year that attract people from afar.

G&F Stresses Safety While Ice Fishing

Ice fishing season is in full swing and officials with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department are encouraging anglers to think safety first.

Wyoming News Update

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — New revenue forecasts predict increasing oil patch activity in Wyoming will generate more tax revenue for the state's depleted coffers.

District 1 Recreation Board Proceeds With Plans for Field

Plans are moving forward for development of property south of the Big Horn Y for use as a practice field for Sheridan County School District 1.

Kinskey Speaks On Legislative Session With Buffalo Council

State Senator Dave Kinskey (R-Sheridan) spoke to the Buffalo City Council at their Monday meeting to give his take on what is likely to happen during the upcoming legislative budget session next month.

County Attorney's Office Deals With Varied Crimes In 2017

The Johnson County Attorney's Office was busy dealing with many different crimes during 2017, according to County Attorney Tucker Ruby, who gave his year-end report to the county commissioners at a recent meeting.

Commissioners Approve Modifications To DEQ Agreement

Johnson County's Commissioners approved, on the recommendation of County Planner Jim Waller, changes to their Delegation Agreement with the State Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) concerning septic regulations.

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