Archive - Jul 9, 2019 - News

Couple Wins Boot Kick-off

Kickers make their best effort in Tuesday night's boot kick-off. (Photo by Pat Blair)

The winners of this year's boot kick-offs for men and women were a couple.

Tidbit Tuesday Returns to Museum

Tidbit Tuesday is in full swing at the Sheridan County Museum, with the next event scheduled next week, on July 16.

Livestock Owners Advised to be Vigilant for VSV

Wyoming State Veterinarian Dr. Jim Logan has implemented a 72-hour health certificate requirement effective immediately on equines, cattle, swine, sheep and goats imported from any county where Vesicular Stomatitis has been diagnozed in the previous 30 days.

Vehicle Pursuit Begins in Montana, Ends in Sheridan County

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Late Tuesday morning, Sheridan County Sheriff's Office deputies and Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers received notification from Montana Law Enforcement of a vehicle that eluded officers in the Billings area.

Passenger Numbers Down Slightly at Airport

Airport Manager John Stopka said passenger numbers at the airport are down slightly this year. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Total passenger numbers for this year are down slightly from last year at the Sheridan County Airport.

Buffalo Council Passes Resolution For ADA Grant

A resolution was brought before the Buffalo City Council for their consideration at their last meeting that will allow the city to apply for grant funding for a study within the city.

Sheridan County Approves Contract For Health Officer

A contract between the Wyoming Department of Health, Public Health Division and Sheridan County was discussed by the county commission and subsequently accepted.

NE Wyoming Sage Grouse Group Schedules Meeting in Buffalo

The Northeast Wyoming Sage Grouse Local Working Group will meet next week in Buffalo.

Bullfrog Invasion Confirmed in Local Waters

A year ago, an American bullfrog was confirmed at Kleenburn Ponds north of Sheridan. That is a concern for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department as this particular species is made up of large, aggressive predators that are not native to Wyoming.

First People’s Pow Wow Friday

For the second straight year, the First People’s Pow Wow at the Historic Sheridan Inn will only have one performance and it is set for Friday.