Archive - Apr 17, 2017 - News

Commissioners to Release Draft Liquor Resolution

Sheridan County commissioners expect to vote Tuesday on a draft resolution providing for changes in liquor licensing laws in the county.

Commissioners Okay Replacement at County Public Health

Action came during the commissioners' meeting Monday at the request of County Nurse Manager Debra Haar. Haar told commissioners that Kathie Schonenbach retired at the end of March after working for public health for 26 years.

Favorite Political Stories About the State’s Leaders

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For a long time, the Riverton radio station KVOW was located in a small house along the Big Wind River.

Unbeknownst to statewide politicians back in 1984, the radio station moved and the building was turned into a private residence.

Sheridan Fire and Rescue Personnel Have Fitness Program to Stay in Shape

Being a firefighter can be a strenuous activity on one’s body.

Trans-Nebraska Players Perform Concert, Workshops

The Trans-Nebraska Players, which is a 5 piece chamber ensemble comprised of musicians from three different Nebraska Colleges, will grace the Whitney Center for the Arts Concert Hall on Wednesday evening. Dr.

7th Annual Keystone Awards Show Thursday

The 7th Annual Keystone Awards Show will take place at the Sheridan WYO Theater on Thursday. Keystone Honorees are chosen because of their lifetime achievement of service according to Rindy West, Development Director for the Sheridan Senior Center.

Wyoming News Update

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment.

CHEYENNE ANNIVERSARY

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The city of Cheyenne is moving forward with plans for its 150th anniversary celebration this year.

Traditional Scottish, Irish Music Tonight At Buffalo Library

Matthew Gurnsey "The Kilted Man." Image credit: thekiltedman.com.

Those who may enjoy a wee bit of traditional Scottish and Irish music will want to be at the Johnson County Library in Buffalo tonight.

Updates Coming For County Subdivision Regulations

Jim Waller

During their recent meeting, the Johnson County Commissioners questioned County Planner Jim Waller on the status of the pending revisions to the subdivision regulations.

Chamber Lunch To Discuss Identity Theft Prevention

The Buffalo Chamber of Commerce will be hosting their luncheon for the month of April this Wednesday in the Conference Center at the Bozeman Trail Steakhouse.