Archive - Sep 25, 2018

SAVE THE WINDOWS Silent Auction Items Pour In!

Dozens of downtown gift certificates, depression glass, guy's and gal's bikes, a Go-Pro . . .

Celebrity Appraiser in Sheridan This Week

George Ostrom Jr., left, of Sheridan with Timothy Gordon. (Courtesy photo)

Celebrity art and valuables appraiser Timothy Gordon is in Sheridan this week.

Sally A. Downs

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Sally A. Downs, 83, of Sheridan, passed away Monday, September 24, 2018 at Sheridan Manor. Online condolences may be written at www.championfh.com. Arrangements are under the direction of Champion Funeral Home.

JCHC Offering Flu Vaccine Clinics In October

Vaccinations against the influenza virus will be offered in Buffalo next month by the Johnson County Healthcare Center, just in time for the beginning of the peak flu season which usually runs from November through March in the United States.

JCHC Welcomes Hematologist/Oncologist To Staff

Johnson County Healthcare Center

Dr. Greg Marino, who specializes in hematology and oncology, has been hired by the Johnson County Healthcare Center in Buffalo, according to the center's Marcy Schueler.

Revenue Committee Plan Hopes To Fix Delinquent Taxes

Mike Madden

The Wyoming Legislature's Joint Revenue Interim Committee met in Buffalo last week, and one topic of discussion was delinquent ad valorem taxes on mineral production, and ideas on how to correct the problem in the future.

'Music and Memories' Come to The Hub

Area residents will be treated to an hour of “Music and Memories” at The Hub on Smith Street Thursday.

Tuesday 09-25-18

Library / SAGE Community Arts

Heart By Heart at the WYO

The music from 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Heart will ring through the Sheridan WYO Performing Arts and Education Center on Friday as Heart by Heart takes the stage.

Richard Hammer

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Richard Hammer, 91, of Sheridan, passed away on Sunday, September 23, 2018, at the Green House Living for Sheridan. He was born in Billings, MT, the only son of Edward R. and Agnes C. Hammer. He lived in several Montana towns as a child before moving to Sheridan in 1937. He attended Linden Elementary and graduated from Sheridan High School in 1945.