April 17th, 2015

Should medical marijuana be legalized in the state of Wyoming?

The Bank of Sheridan
50% (427 votes)
47% (405 votes)
3% (26 votes)
Total votes: 858

Free Landfill Days Coming Up This Weekend

Sheridan’s free landfill spring cleanup days are this weekend. As part of the offer, residents of both Sheridan and Sheridan County will be able to drop off their trees, shrubs and trash from 7:30-5:30 on both Saturday and Sunday.

County Begins Dust Suppressant Road Treatments

Sheridan County crews will start treating the roads next week to suppress the dust. News Director Leslie Stratmoen has the report.

Bronc / Lady Bronc soccer schedule changes for the weekend

Due to a bad storm in Cheyenne, the Broncs and Lady Broncs will both play at home against Cheyenne Central and East tonight and tomorrow.

Friday vs Central
Girls varsity at 4
Boys varsity at 6

Saturday vs East
Boys varsity at 10
Girls varsity at 12

JV games will be played on the grass fields next to the stadium.

Congressional Reps Hold Office Hours

Sheridan resident John Fafoutakis spoke with fervor at Thursday's "Office Hours" at the YMCA. (Photo by Ron Richter)

Field Representatives for U.S. Senators John Barrasso, Mike Enzi and Congresswoman Cynthia Lummis held public “office hours” Thursday in Sheridan. Sheridan Media’s Ron Richter has the story.

Congress Moves Closer to Completing Budget

Posted in
U.S. Senator Mike Enzi (Courtesy Photo)

Congress appears to be taking the next step this week toward completing a balanced budget. The House appointed members of a budget conference committee Tuesday, and the Senate named its members Wednesday.

Sheridan College Students Earn National Recognition

From left, Sheridan College science faculty Dr. Rob Milne, Sheridan College students Hannah Jernigan of Cheyenne, Ceirra Carlson, of Greybull, Paige Jernigan of Cheyenne and Hannah Shafer of Rapid City, South Dakota, and University of Wyoming assistant professor of plant sciences Dr. Sadanand Dhekney stand near the UW Research and Extension Center at Sheridan College. (Courtesy Photo)

A team of four Sheridan College students has been selected by an expert panel of judges as one of 10 finalists for the Community College Innovation Challenge though the National Science Foundation.

April 16th

Kane Narrates History of Family Ranch

Slides illustrated Chas Kane's talk Thursday night. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Chas Kane is a long-time Sheridan County rancher, cattleman and cowboy. On Thursday night, he entertained a full house at the Holy Name Parrish Hall in Sheridan with a history of the ranches that his grandfather Philip Kane started in the 1880s.

Deadline Looms for District 29 Applicants

A third Sheridan resident has submitted his application for the House District 29 seat left vacant by the death two weeks ago of Rep. John Patton.

Director Reports After-Hours School Use

More than 3,700 people attended events in after-hours programs at Sheridan schools last month.