Archive - Jun 3, 2019 - News

Law Enforcement Personnel Receive Human Trafficking Training

Law enforcement personnel from across Wyoming are in Sheridan for human trafficking training. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Well over 60 law enforcement personnel are getting training in human trafficking in a two-day program in Sheridan this week.

County Assessed Valuation Up Over Last Year

Local assessed property values are up nearly 7 percent this year according to County Assessor Paul Fall, center. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Sheridan County's assessed values for local property is nearly 7 percent over assessed values for last year.

JCHC Board Updated On Ambulance Services Discussions

The Board of Trustees for the Johnson County Healthcare Center were given an update on the discussions concerning the possibility of the healthcare center taking over and providing ambulance services to the city, county, and Kaycee.

Park Reservoir Controlled Release

Sheridan County Emergency Management and the State Engineer’s Office/Water Division II, issued a joint news release Monday that states that the Park Reservoir Company will begin a controlled release early Tuesday morning.

Kaycee 'Playday' Happening This Saturday

Organizers in Kaycee will be hosting a “Playday” for kids this Saturday, June 8th, and entries are being taken now through the day of the event.

Buffalo Shelter Hosting Vaccination Clinic This Weekend

St. Francis Animal Shelter in Buffalo will be offering a vaccination clinic this Saturday for pet owners to save money with reduced price vaccinations, micro-chipping, licensing, and name tags.

Sheridan VA Hosts Salute to Veterans

Veterans and their families are invited to the Sheridan VA Medical Center for a “Veterans Salute” event on June 22 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Details Emerge on Interchange Crash

Two people were injured as the result of a crash that occurred shortly after 8 pm Sunday at the I-90 North Main Interchange in north Sheridan.

Ucross Fellowship Winners Featured in Show

An inaugural exhibition featuring the work of winners of the newly established Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists opened Monday in the art gallery at Ucross.

Cheyenne Mayor: Governor Cursed, Slammed Fists in Meeting

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The mayor of Wyoming's capital city says Gov. Mark Gordon "got in her face" and "used his physical presence in an aggressive and threatening manner" during a meeting last week between the two Republicans.