Archive - Jul 11, 2018 - News

SCSD 1 Recreation District Members Seek Clarification

Members of the Sheridan County School District 1 Recreation District and school trustees have made plans for a meeting in September to clarify what trustees want the recreation district to do.

Climber Dies In Bighorn Mountains

UPDATE: The Johnson County Sheriff's Office updated Sheridan Media to say the incident occurred on Monday, July 9th, not Saturday, July 7th as previously stated.
The story has been updated to show the change.

Future of Coal Focus of Opening Talk

Event attendees open boxes to reveal they've been gifted with videos. (Photo by Pat Blair)

When the average man on the street thinks of coal, he thinks of power plants.

SAWS Adopts $5 Million Budget

SAWS Chairman - and Sheridan Mayor - Roger Miller addresses the audience. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The Sheridan Area Water Supply is expected to spend about $5 million in the year ahead.

Barrasso Thinks Trump’s SCOTUS Pick is Fantastic

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso (Photo Ron Richter ©)

On Monday evening, President Donald Trump selected Judge Brett Kavanaugh as his nomination to be on the United States Supreme Court.

Creekside Performing Arts To Present 'Aladdin'

Buffalo's Creekside Performing Arts will present the play “Aladdin” later this month, and tickets to the show are now on sale.

Resolution Details Sheridan County 1% Fund Allocations

Allocations for optional one-cent sales tax funds in Sheridan County have been prioritized by the county commission over the next four years.

Buffalo Council Passes Resolution On 1% Allocations

The Buffalo City Council has passed a resolution that sets the percentage of one-percent taxes collected that will be designated to outside organizations.

First People’s Pow Wow

A regular part of the Sheridan WYO Rodeo week will be back again for this year’s festivities albeit with a different look.

Commission Candidates Weigh in on Lodging Tax

This fall, Sheridan County voters will have the chance to decide whether or not they would like to implement a 4% county wide lodging tax that would benefit Sheridan Travel and Tourism.