Local organizations will soon be submitting requests for funding to the Johnson County Recreation District, now in its 11th year. Over the years, more than $6 million has been awarded by the district according to board member
It’s served as cornerstone business in downtown Sheridan for 115 years, but the JC Penney store will be closing in June of this year. The Sheridan store is one of 138 stores that will close in an
Members of the Wyoming Legislature have begun studying the ongoing issues facing the state’s Department of Corrections. The Joint Judiciary Committee will be reviewing Wyoming’s probation and parole programs, in order to assess the programs’ current effectiveness.
Forest Service and Dayton Volunteer Fire Department firefighters responded to a reported wildfire in the Tongue River Canyon yon Sunday. T The fire was reported by a hiker at about 3:00 p.m in the afternoon The fire
The first annual MISHAP! Brewery’s St. Patrick’s Day 5K Run boasted more than a hundred participants last Friday. Most of the runners were dressed in a wide array of costumes and runner’s garb that appeared to share
At the last Buffalo City Council meeting, Bald Mountain Sanitation’s Scott Gruntmeier submitted a written proposal to provide sanitation services to the city. It was Gruntmeier’s second attempt at securing the contract in the past two years.
State Representative Bo Biteman issued a statement in response to Governor Matt Mead’s veto of HB137, which would have repealed Wyoming’s gun free zones. The Governor had explained his veto saying the bill was “murky” and unfairly
Wyoming’s unemployment rate in January remained unchanged but local rates dropped by nearly 1%. Johnson County’s drop was .8% down from 7.3%, while Sheridan’s was down .9% from December’s 6.5%. Still, both are well above the state’s
Local residents in the area are receiving recorded phone calls allegedly from the Social Security Administration. The message tells the recipient that his or her social security number has been suspended. The person receiving the call is directed
Now that Governor Matt Mead has signed HB 194 into law, school districts are now authorized to adopt rules governing concealed carry on school property. State Representative Mike Madden explained why the bill can benefit schools situated