May 25th, 2015

Commissioners Change Hats for Leadership Event

As we reported earlier, five participants in this year's Leadership Sheridan program took the places of Sheridan County commissioners last week to get a taste of how county government works.

This Week’s Poll Question

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“Spring forward and Fall Back,” for many of us that’s the only way we remember which way to turn our clocks, forward one hour or back one during Daylight Savings Time.

‘Intentional Wealth’ Conference Slated for June

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A conference that focuses on financial topics will be happening next month. Hannah Stepenoff has the details.

UPDATE: Floodwaters Continue to Recede

Rain-swollen creeks in Sheridan County were receding by Monday night, although not as fast as the National Weather Service had hoped.

Snow, Flooding in Parts of Wyoming on Memorial Day

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Areas of Wyoming are seeing flooding from heavy rain over the weekend. The National Weather Service reported flooding in areas of Fremont, Hot Springs, Goshen and Johnson counties.

Mosquito, Tick Diseases Remain Threat

Deadly diseases passed on by mosquitoes and ticks remain a threat in Wyoming.

Wyoming News

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Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

State Track championships close out spring sports / Bronc football looks to the off season / Troops / Jets Baseball

TRACK AND FIELD - The spring track and field season ended over the weekend with the state championships in Casper, for complete team and individual results go to the link provided by

BRONC FOOTBALL - Sheridan high school Activities Director Don Julian we head into the off season and summer training and part of the off season football preparation includes leadership seminars for the Bronc's incoming senior class.

A Look Back in Time: May 26, 1915

Work has started on reconstruction of the Sheridan Manufacturing company mill destroyed by fire recently.

UPDATE: Floodwaters Receding

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Big Goose Creek runs high just off highway west of Sheridan. (Photo by Pat Blair)

Rain-swollen creeks in Sheridan County were receding Monday night, although not as fast as the National Weather Service had hoped. Dave Coleman, who is Sheridan County Emergency Management coordinator, said that was the latest word he'd had from the weather service at around 6 o'clock.