In 2023, the Wyoming Department of Transportation is scheduled to resurface a little over half a mile of Main Street from Dow Street to the Coffeen Avenue and Burkitt Street intersection in downtown Sheridan. The
A request to dedicate 0.85 acres of right-of-way on property located at 3802 North Main Street in Sheridan was approved recently in the form of a resolution by the Sheridan City Council. City Public Works
United States District Court Judge Nancy Freudenthal recently sentenced 53-year-old Lane Dunseth of Casper for failure to register as a sex offender. Dunseth received 18 months imprisonment, to be followed by five years of supervised
We conclude our 2021 year in review with some of the top Sheridan County news stories from September through December. In late November, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced that Chronic Wasting Disease was
Jeremy Zumberge, DEQ pointed out that green algae on rocks is normal and not toxic On Dec, 8 the Wyoming Department of Health issued a harmful cyanobacterial bloom (HCB) recreational use advisory for Lake DeSmet.
Today we wrap up our look back at Johnson County’s top stories during the last year as we focus on September through December of 2021. In September, Buffalo Mayor Shane Schrader announced that Buffalo Police
Sheridan County’s Commissioners have approved a change order on the current Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library project. The change order extends the date of completion on the project, as explained by Library Director Cameron Duff.
The Johnson County Healthcare Center appears to be better prepared for whatever outcome materializes in the vaccine mandate that is expected to be heard by the US Supreme Counrt early next month. That is according
Mary Elizabeth (Liz) Crilly Gale passed away on December 28, 2021, surrounded by her children. She was born on September 15, 1946, in Lincoln, Nebraska to James M. and Dorothy Felix Crilly. After living in
Many Wyoming residents look forward to New Year’s day, but for hunters, the date that’s been on their minds is Jan. 3. That’s when the Wyoming Game and Fish Department opens applications for six different