Archive - Feb 3, 2017 - News

Urgent Care Manager Urges Caution in Ice and Snow

Sheridan Memorial Hospital's emergency department and Urgent Care have seen significant increases in visits due to people falling in the extremely icy conditions.

Perhaps it’s the Water? Folks Live Long Lives Here

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Wyoming’s oldest person is Leonard Ross of Jackson at 107. He attained that singular honor when a hero of mine, Leola Maude Dollard Reschke of Lander died last November at the age of 108.

Water Line Break on Kentucky Ave. in Sheridan

The City of Sheridan is currently working on a water line break on Kentucky Avenue near the Sheridan County Fairgrounds. According to Utilities Manager Dan Roberts, crews have been working on stopping the flow of water for most of the night.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.


ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. (AP) — A snowboarder who was being towed by an ATV north of Rock Springs crashed and suffered fatal head injuries.

Library Starts Work on New Strategic Plan

Cameron Duff, who's Sheridan County Public Library director, hopes to have a new strategic plan in place for the county's libraries by the end of March or mid-April.

Buffalo Schedules Workshops On Water Rate Structure

The City of Buffalo has scheduled two public workshops to discuss the possibility of reworking the water rate billing structure.

JCSD1 Board Recognizes Students Of The Month

During the most recent meeting of the Johnson County School District One Board of Trustees, students from each school in the district were recognized as the Students Of The Month fro January.

Traveling Art Exhibit To Land in Buffalo Next Month

A photographic art exhibit on Native American culture will be stopping in Buffalo in March for a two-month run at the Cowboy Carousel Center.

A Look Back in Time: Feb. 3, 1917

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Feb. 3, 1917.