President’s Words Resonate with Sheridan Student

A trip to the White House left an indelible mark on the mind of a student from Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

State Files Suit Against Fracking Rule Changes

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Wyoming Governor Matt Mead took action Thursday against the Bureau of Land Management’s effort to regulate hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking”.

“Celebrating Generations and Building Community”

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Taking a proactive approach to anticipated growth of our elderly population, the Sheridan County Senior Center is launching its capital campaign, “Celebrating Generations and Building Community,” to expand and renovate its current facility in Sheridan.

Wildlife Officials Stock Mavrakis Pond with Trout

Wildlife officials stocked one of Sheridan’s favorite fishing holes this week. Sheridan Media’s Leslie Stratmoen was on scene to bring us the story.

‘50 States of Mine’

A film crew from California has spent the past several days on location in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter caught up with them inside P.O. News & Flagstaff Cafe in downtown Sheridan Wednesday and has the story.

Museum Receives Grant From BNSF Foundation

The Sheridan County Museum has received a grant in the amount of $3,172 from the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation.

Big Goose Aviators Aims to Help Locals Learn to Fly

A new business in Sheridan hopes to fill the need for flying lessons for interested locals. Hannah Stepenoff has the story.

Imperial Powder Coating Has Expanded Hours

Imperial Powder Coating, LLC has been open in the Sheridan community since December of 2012 with limited hours, but now owner Nate Barney recently announced the business has expanded to accommodate for an increase in demand.

Study Finds Johnson County One of Healthiest in State

A study ranks Johnson County as one of the top five healthiest in the state, and names Teton the healthiest in Wyoming and Fremont County the least healthiest. Sheridan County came in as the 13th healthiest.

Faculty Criticizes Lack of Women Among New Trustees

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By Gregory Nickerson |

University of Wyoming faculty leaders are upset that only two women will serve on the newly configured Board of Trustees, which meets for the first time this week in Laramie.