If you visited the National Weather Service's website Wednesday to check the weather for Burgess Junction you may have seen reports wind speeds of 100 miles per hour for a sustained period of almost eight hours.
The major uproar over anti-piracy legislation has subsided since last weeks 24-hour black-outs of sites like Wikipedia, and now a Wyoming senator says he is willing to be flexible with his position on the Protect IP Act.
Parents are the best advocate for their children and Thursday night a brief, yet informative, meeting was held to begin the process of forming a parent panel in Sheridan to advocate for quality childcare in Wyoming.
Because the lack of available licensed childcare poses a threat to workforce and economic development, the Wyoming Business Council is offering funds through Community Development Block Grants in the form of “reasonably priced loans” to providers in Wyoming.
Over the last several weeks we've done a number of stories on deer within Sheridan County. Today we'll hear from Sheridan Police Sargent Travis Koltiska on how the Police Department's efforts have helped lower the deer population numbers in Sheridan.
Most of us have a pretty good understanding of what the function of the sewer system is, but what about some of the things that end up “down there” that aren't neceassarily supposed to be flowing through the City of Sheridan sewer lines. Sheridan Media's Ron Richter has the scoop.
At the Johnson County Healthcare Center Board meeting Wednesday night, Administrator Sandy Ward reported that the recent inspection of the new lab and radiology departments had turned up a few points that the Department of Health wants corrected before they approve the facilities.
Cat Urbigkit, an award-winning author and photographer, will be giving a free presentation entitled “Public Attitudes About Wolves,” this Saturday at the Johnson County Library.
Steve Rzasa, with the library, tells us more.