Archive - Sep 26, 2018

Music, Tours Highlight Open House

People attending Sheridan College's open house raise their phones to photograph the jazz combo. (Photo by Val Jewell)

Sheridan College's second annual Whitney Days celebration wrapped up Wednesday night with a free open house featuring light refreshments, guided tours of the college campus and music.


Thursday's G.I.R.L. Scout event, originally planned for Kendrick Park, will move inside to First Christian Church behind the Fire Station, due to unstable weather conditions. See details for this event at!

Commissioners Waive Hiring Freeze For Road & Bridge

Johnson County's Commissioners have voted to lift their hiring freeze to allow the Road & Bridge department to hire employees to replace one that has already left, and one due to retire this fall.

MOU Signed For County's Guardian Ad Litem Program

Tucker Ruby

Johnson County, the State of Wyoming, and the Guardian Ad Litem program have all agreed to an Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) for the program to provide services within the county.

JCHC's 'Ladies Night Out' Promotes Women's Health, Fun

Marcy Schueler with the JCHC

An upcoming program offered by the Johnson County Healthcare Center will give women in the community a chance to not only better their health but have some fun as well.

Big Horn Mountain Medicine Offers Flu Vaccinations, Cancer Screening

Big Horn Mountain Medicine will offer flu shots and colon cancer screening tests next week and later next month in the lower level of Sheridan Memorial Hospital.

Autumnfest Set for Oct. 12

The annual Autumnfest in Dayton will be on Oct. 12 this year.

Wednesday 09-26-18

University of Wyoming / Sheridan VA

Museum Cemetery Tours Back for Another Year

A popular Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum program is back for another year. Museum Board Secretary Carol Watkins explained that the Cemetery Tours will begin this Saturday.

Change of Plea in District Court

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

A 68-year-old Sheridan man charged with Possession of a Deadly Weapon With Unlawful Intent changed his plea at a hearing Tuesday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.