Archive - Mar 20, 2017 - News

Firefighters Ask for Bonus for Extra Duties

In the latest round of negotiations with Sheridan's City Council, George Neeson, who's president of the Sheridan firefighters' union, asked for bonus pay for those who are performing the duties of the fire marshal and division chief.

City Approves Funds for YMCA, CAST

Action came during the council meeting Monday night. Jim Harmon, who's the city's finance and administrative services director, explained where the funds are coming from.

Dining for a Cause Benefits 'Friends'

Library Director Cameron Duff, standing, talks to a group of Friends supporters during Dining for a Cause. (Photo by Pat Blair)

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The total raised from the event was $10,540. Along with $2,460 in matching funds from Sheridan Community Federal, Hammer Chevrolet, Westview Health Care, Sheridan Motor, and Alessence Massage & Skincare Atelier, the total raised is $13,000.

Sheridan Ice Show is Tuesday

Sheridan's eighth annual Ice Show will be at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday on the Whitney Rink at the M&M's Center on Brundage Street.

Wyoming Said Good-bye to Some Significant Folks Recently

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Recently, we have found ourselves saying good-bye to people who were influential to us and other folks around Wyoming.

First Fire of the Year in the Bighorns

Spring has clearly arrived as the past few days in Sheridan have been warm and beautiful.

Study Ranks Wyoming #1 in States with DUI Problems

A study was recently conducted by www.backgroundchecks.org to rank states with the worst DUI problems. According to that study, Wyoming ranked #1 on the top 10 list. Sheridan Police Department’s Lt. Tom Ringley weighed in on the study’s findings.

Buzz Cason Performs Charity Concert at the WYO Wednesday

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Rockabilly Hall of Fame singer-songwriter Buzz Cason will be performing a benefit concert for Project Schoolhouse on Wednesday at the Sheridan WYO Theater. Project Schoolhouse is an organization that provides education, clean water, and sanitation in rural Nicaraguan communities.

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Expo Helps Vendors Improve, Grow Their Small Business

The 14th annual Johnson County Small Business Expo happened this past weekend, with roughly 50-plus vendors in one location to showcase their goods and services and to help their businesses grow.