Poisonous plants are a complex issue that can causes losses to livestock and ranch income, according to a range management specialist with the University of Wyoming Extension Service. An Extension publication is now available online
It’s been reported in this column before that often Wyoming’s economy reacts to the national economy much like a teeter-totter. When Wyoming is booming up, the country is struggling down. When the country is booming, Wyoming struggles.
COAL COMPANY-BENEFITS REDUCED Wyoming coal firm to eliminate retired health care benefits CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming’s leading coal company plans to eliminate a health care benefit program for retired miners as a cost-saving measure.
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 Nov. 30, 1920. Mrs. John Onken has been appointed chairman for
Buffalo’s annual Lighted Christmas Parade will be happening this Saturday, December 5th as usual, but with some necessary changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. County Health Officer Dr. Mark Schueler is encouraging float participants to
Planning has commenced for the 2021 Longmire Days for next summer in Buffalo. In a release, the Longmire Foundation said they would be releasing event dates on December 18th, which is the same day they
The Johnson County Planning & Zoning Commission will have their December meeting on Tuesday, December 1st, and will be reviewing a number of minor subdivisions. They will discuss the Irigaray/Snobel Minor Subdivision Sketch Plan review
Food banks across the nation and in Wyoming are seeing an unprecedented demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details. Wyoming Food Bank of the Rockies Director Tony Woodell said
Sheridan County Commissioner Nick Siddle, while a recent guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, discussed how the County is holding up economically amid the local surge in COVID-19 cases. Siddle said all things
The oldest and most recognizable building in Clearmont, standing at the corner of New York and Front Street, recently received a new paint job. Currently owned by Tom and Julie Weber, the old building was,
The 32nd annual Festival of Trees holiday auction to benefit Special Olympics Wyoming athletes is now through December 6. Bidding is at www.biddingforgood.com/specialolympicswy this year and auction items may be viewed there or in person at the Eastridge
A little less than 40 percent of the land in Sheridan County belongs to the federal government, and Bo Biteman, one of Sheridan County’s two state senators, believes the county is being grossly underpaid for