Archive - Jun 9, 2017

Buffalo's Weekend Events Feature Basketball, Pig Wrestling, Dancing

There will be some fun events taking place in Johnson County this weekend.

The “Battle On The Blacktop” 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament will be happening today and Sunday in the area between the historic courthouse and the Bomber Mountain Civic Center.

Jazz in the Bighorns

The Sheridan College Music Department will host their first annual summer jazz workshop call Jazz in the Bighorns this summer. The 6 day event will be at the Sheridan College Spear-O-Wigwam Campus in the Bighorn Mountains.

Tandem Productions Peter Pan Jr. Opens Wednesday

The 23rd season of Sheridan’s Tandem Productions Summer Musical will bring 57 local 8-15 year olds together for Peter Pan Jr. which opens Wednesday night.

Local Students Selected for UW Summer High School Institute

Several local students were selected to participate in the University of Wyoming’s Summer High School Institute. The 32nd Annual Institute started on June 4th and 85 juniors from Wyoming High Schools are taking part in the camp.

Lawrence C. Kennedy

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Lawrence C. Kennedy, 71, of Sheridan, passed away Thursday, June 8, 2017 at Sheridan Memorial Hospital. He was born July 14, 1945 in Denver, CO to Lawrence Michael and Emma Corinne (Gunsaulles) Kennedy.

Roger E. Haley

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Roger Eugene Haley, hero, husband, father, grandfather, son, brother and loyal friend, joined his loved ones in heaven this last Thursday, June 8th, 2017. He was born January 3rd, 1949 to Willa Clorinda (Cummins) Haley and Joe C. Haley in Galena Park, Texas.

Who do you find most credible, President Donald Trump or former FBI Director James Comey?

First Northern Bank of Wyoming
52% (347 votes)
38% (252 votes)
9% (58 votes)
Both, Equally
2% (14 votes)
Total votes: 671

Regulating Mobile Vendors

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City of Sheridan Mayor Roger Miller (Photo Ron Richter ©)

Regulating mobile vendors is an issue that officials with the City of Sheridan are currently taking a look at. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

West Nile Remains a Threat in Wyoming

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With the first day of summer just a few weeks away, the Wyoming Department of Health wants to remind residents that West Nile virus remains a persistent, potentially serious threat in the State during the summer months.