In a special meeting this week, trustees of Sheridan County School District 1 approved the request of a student that he be allowed to graduate early. District 1 Superintendent Pete Kilbride said the student is
The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce is warning residents and chamber members of a Go Fund Me scam. According to the Chamber they were notified that members have received an email appearing as if it
Republicans in Wyoming’s state House and Senate introduced legislation this week that would allocate funding to protect the state’s coal industry and the reliability of the electrical grid against discriminatory interstate policies. House Bill 207,
Leslie Carter submitted this photo and was the winner of the Freeze Your Bass Off contest sponsored by Century 21/BHJ. Leslie won $300 in Chamber Bucks! Trending Articles:Wyoming Tourism Declined By 25% In 2020A Look
A grant application for Federal assistant under the Airport Coronavirus Response Grant Program (ACRGP) was approved by the Sheridan County Commission at their meeting this week. Airport Manager John Stopka brought the application before the
The Buffalo City Council, during a short meeting Tuesday evening, tabled the approval of a subdivision final plat due to incomplete paperwork. A public hearing was held for the final plat of the Caturia Subdivision,
Johnson County’s Commissioners, in a brief meeting Tuesday, ratified a liquor license catering permit request from Sheridan’s Luminous Brewery. The request was for the brewery to provide refreshments for last weekend’s skijoring event in Buffalo,
The Jackson Town Council on Monday unanimously approved the staging of the 2021 Snow Devils World Championship Hill Climb event March 25 through 28 with a cap of 1,000 attendees permitted in the venue.
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 March 3, 1921. Jacob Hergert of Clearmont is a Sheridan visitor.
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon in his 2021 State of the State address Tuesday, emphasized his commitment to Wyoming energy economy and its fiscal health. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details. Throughout his speech, Governor
During his State of the State address Tuesday, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon talked about the need for the state to retain a broad energy portfolio that includes both fossil fuels and renewables. Gordon called for