Archive - Jun 12, 2019

Remains of Missing Soldier to Return Home

Nearly 70 years after Corporal DeMaret Marston Kirtley went missing in action in North Korea, his remains will be returned home to Kaycee this month for burial with full military honors.

Wild West Showdown Coming Up

Sheridan's fifth annual Wild West Showdown starts Friday, and Dana Pearce said there are a couple of differences this year.

Dissolution of Southeast Water & Sewer District Approved

Sheridan County's Commission considered facts, findings, dissolution and liquidation of the Southeast Water and Sewer District at their recent meeting.

Library To Host Retirement Party For Director Twing

Cynthia Twing

The Director of the Johnson County Library, Cynthia Twing, will retire at the end of June, and the library will host and open house/retirement party for her on June 23rd at the library.

Longmire Days Closures, Requests Approved By Buffalo Council

Buffalo's Longmire Days celebration is set for this year after the Buffalo City Council approved a number of street closures and other associated requests by the Buffalo Area Chamber of Commerce.

Reception Held for SAGE Exhibit

SAGE will hold an artist's reception on June 20 from 5 to 7 p.m. for the community arts organization's current exhibition of Western photography by John Hoskin from J.L. Grief Fine Art Photography.

Sheridan Chamber Luncheon Discusses Local Air Service

At the Sheridan Chamber of Commerce Luncheon for the month of June, local access to air service was the main point of discussion.

New Technology Suite at UW to Train Engineers of the Future

Photo Credit: University of Wyoming

The creation of North America’s largest, most technologically advanced center to train the petroleum engineers of the future has taken a major step forward following the installation of a new multimillion-dollar simulator suite at the University of Wyoming.

Wednesday 06-12-19

Wyoming Game and Fish / Relay for Life / Darren Rogers

Cancer Benefit Trap Shoot Saturday

On Saturday, the Sheridan County Sportsmen’s Association will host their Annual Cancer Benefit Trap Shoot. Director of Trap Tracy Landeis, explained that this year it is named to memorialize Bob Prill.