Archive - Oct 20, 2017 - News

Met Live Performance Rescheduled to Tuesday

The Sheridan WYO Theater will present their Met Live Series once again this year.

Nurse Watson Recommends Flu Shot Every Year

Influenza is an illness that is very common and while most cases are not life threatening, there are some strains that can cause someone to lose their life.

Preparing Students for the Global Economy

Collaboration between teachers within Sheridan County School District #2 is one of the key ingredients in preparing students for the global economy.

Sheridan Woman Sentenced in District Court

(Photo Ron Richter ©)

A sentencing hearing was held in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan Thursday for a Sheridan woman charged with three felony drug charges. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Sheridan Man Changes Plea on Delivery Charges

Kieran Cowan, 27-year-old Sheridan resident, changed his plea to “guilty” on various drug delivery charges and and admitted that he’d violated terms of his probation, during a Change of Plea hearing Thursday in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan.

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CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A state official says the Wyoming capitol's $300 million restoration project is on pace to be completed by 2019.

Elsa Spear Byron Diaries Book Signing Set for Saturday

Author Judy Slack with copies of books. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The four co-authors of two books based on the diaries of Elsa Spear Byron will sign copies of the books Saturday at Sheridan Stationery.

Fetterman Diorama to be Opened to Public Monday

A portion of the new Fetterman Fight diorama. (Photo by Pat Blair)

A diorama of the Dec. 21, 1866 Fetterman Fight will be opened to the public Monday morning at the Sheridan Fulmer Public Library.

Leadership Jo Co Featured At Chamber Lunch

Ashlea Bassett

Wednesday's Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Luncheon focused on Leadership Johnson County.

Ashlea Bassett, Services Specialist at Sheridan College in Johnson County, and also part of the leadership program, gave a presentation on the third group of future leaders that recently graduated from the program,

Occidental's Haunted Tours Begin Tonight

The Occidental Hotel in Buffalo will be offering their first in a series of "Haunted Hotel Tours” tonight, with more tours offered tomorrow night and again next Friday and Saturday.