Archive - Dec 22, 2016 - News

First Pizza for a Purpose Event Raises Over $1,000

Last week, Sheridan’s Powder River Pizza held their first Pizza for a Purpose Event. According to one of the Owner’s, Mike Browne, the event was very successful.

Holiday Dinner Tips

Christmas is a time for families to gather and enjoy great company and great food. Local Chef Cole Evans, while a guest on our news talk show public pulse, shared some of his tips for a great holiday dinner.

Annual Can Movie Matinee at Centennial Theaters

It is that time of year again for Sheridan’s Centennial Theater to hold their Annual Can Movie Christmas Matinees. According to Owner Bill Campbell, they traditionally host these matinees over the three Saturdays before Christmas.

Senator Burns Discusses Appropriations and State Revenues

Wyoming State Senator Bruce Burns of Sheridan (Photo Ron Richter ©)

The Wyoming Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee spent all of last week meeting in Cheyenne to discuss among other things, the State’s supplemental budget.

County Approves CMAQ Agreement for 2017

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An agreement to receive funds under the Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Program for fiscal year 2017 was approved Tuesday by the Sheridan County Commission.

Wyoming News Update

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Here is the latest Wyoming news from The Associated Press

Buffalo Mayor's Appointment Approved By Council

Buffalo Planning & Zoning Commission. From left: Rick Myers, Keith Neustel, Jim Martin, Craig Cope. Not pictured is Kate Harness.

Buffalo Mayor Mike Johnson Made a recommendation to the rest of the council Tuesday night for them to approve his choice to serve on the city's Planning and Zoning Board.

Attorneys Assure JCSD1 Board That Meetings Are Legal

During their recent December meeting, some Johnson County School Board board members voiced concerns that the cancellation of the December 5th meeting and the subsequent re-scheduling of the meeting to December 12th were not done in compliance with state statute dealing with the open meetings law.

Two New Police Officers Sworn At Buffalo Council Meeting

Officers Valentine (left) and Brown take their Oaths Of Office.

The City of Buffalo has two new police officers after they took their Oaths of Office at the city council meeting Tuesday night.

Officers Randel Brown and Kevin Valentine were sworn before the council, the public and friends and family by Municipal Judge Mary Hupy.

A Look Back in Time: Dec. 22, 1916

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Post newspaper on Dec. 22, 1916.