February 11th, 2013

Firemen Host Ball Saturday

This weekend, Sheridan's heroes will be dressed to the nines and mingling with the community. Capt. Greg Luhman, of Sheridan Fire/Rescue, says he's looking forward to having a good time.

Wyoming Whiskey In the Works

(Photo by Ron Richter)

Wyoming Whiskey Master Distiller, Steve Nally, has announced he plans to release another 1,500 cases in the coming weeks. Liquor vendors have until Thursday to place their orders, which will then ship Feb. 20.

Relationship Violence Trickles to Teens

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness month.

Silencer Bill Under Scrutiny

The Wyoming House of Representatives is set to hear a bill that would allow hunters to use silencers.


BRONC / LADY BRONC HOOPS - The Sheridan Lady Broncs swept their conference road trip to Laramie and Cheyenne South, they beat Laramie in overtime Friday 56-51 and won at South 61-48. they play at home this week against Cheyenne East and Central.

The broncs split dropping Friday night's game against Laramie 73-67 but they came back with a nice 53-38 victory over South Saturday.

They held South to 15 points in the 2nd half Head coach Gale Smith says the players had a very good defensive game against the Bison.

Beat the Winter Blues This Saturday

The Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan invite you to “Beat the Winter Blues” this Saturday night as they're holding their annual chili supper fun night and auction.

Ucross Founder to Speak at Sheridan College Tonight

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Raymond Plank, founder of the Ucross Foundation, the Fund for Teachers and the Apache Corporation will discuss and sign his memoir, “A Small Difference”, tonight at the Sheridan College CTEL.

February 11th

Poll Question of the Week

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Soon, people in Wyoming may legally help themselves to roadkill found alongside our roads. Legislation is pending which would authorize the Wyoming Game and Fish to issue permits to pick up the dead wildlife hit by traffic. Why let good meat go to waste?

Mayor Kinskey Talks Snow Removal

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With the first major storm of the winter behind us, the main routes in Sheridan are mostly clear of snow and ice. When it comes to some of the side streets, Sheridan Mayor Dave Kinskey says there's still work to do.