Archive - Jun 20, 2019 - News

Rain Fails to Dampen Third Thursday

Rain earlier in the day didn't keep people away from this year's first Third Thursday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Rain earlier in the day didn't dampen enthusiasm as people flocked to downtown Sheridan, visiting both the vendors on Main Street and the many stores that stayed open during the first Third Thursday of 2019.

Sheridan County EMC Discusses Recent Flooding

Sheridan County Commissioner Terry Cram and County Emergency Management Coordinator Bruce Edwards were guests on our talk show Public Pulse where they discussed the recent flooding in Sheridan County.

Creek Side Performing Arts Presents Robin Hood With a Twist

Buffalo's Creek Side Performing Arts will be presenting the play “The Trials of Robin Hood” this weekend at the Buffalo High School Auditorium.

Update: Procession Time Announced for Kirtley's Arrival in Sheridan

Cpl. DeMaret Marston Kirtley

UPDATE: The procession for Cpl. DeMaret Marston Kirtley, whose remains are coming home 69 years after he went missing in action in North Korea, will arrive in Sheridan on Thursday, June 27, at about 2:15 to 2:30 p.m.

Library Director Retirement Party Sunday

Steve Rzasa and Cynthia Twing

Johnson County Library Director Cynthia Twing will be retiring at the end of June, and a party to celebrate her achievements and her pending retirement will be this Sunday at the library in Buffalo.

Hub Celebrates Summer Solstice

Free Jell-O was available at The Hub during the Summer Solstice celebration Thursday. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Flowers, peace signs – and lots of Jell-O – were in evidence at The Hub on Smith Street Thursday as staff threw a 1970s-themed party to celebrate the Summer Solstice.

Pride March Set for Saturday

Sheridan's first-ever Pride March and Celebration, to create visibility for Sheridan's LGBTQ community, will be held Saturday.

Charter Ordinance Prompts A Number of Ordinance Changes

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(Photo Ron Richter ©)

Charter Ordinance #2202, the City Administrator ordinance that’s intended to replace the City’s current Charter Ordinance, #2158, has prompted the City to amend a number of other ordinances to comply with #2202. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the details.

Wyoming State Senator, Bipartisan Panel, Offer Ideas to Improve Federal Budget Process

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Wyoming State Senator Eli Bebout, left, and U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (courtesy photo)

U.S. Senator Mike Enzi of Wyoming, Chairman of the Senate Budget Committee, hosted Wyoming State Senator Eli Bebout of Riverton Wednesday at a hearing to explore the advantages of Wyoming's biennial budgeting.

Barrasso Highlights Bill to Help NATO Allies Escape Russian Bullying and Energy Aggression

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U.S. Senator John Barrasso (Courtesy photo)

Legislation recently introduced by U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming is intended to give members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or NATO, an escape from Russia's political coercion and manipulation.