For two weeks in May, the Sheridan City Council held hour long budget work sessions over the lunch hour to get a better understanding of where the money is being spent, and what projects its being spent on.
Friday and Saturday hundreds of runners from across the nation and even worldwide competed in the Bighorn Mountain Wild and Scenic Trail Runs. Runners could compete in a 100 and 50-mile race along with a 50K and 30K race.
We all like our privacy. It's one of our rights. Most of us don't like nosy neighbors, but what about our government? Just how much snooping can they do into our personal business which prompts this week's Bank of Sheridan/Sheridan Media Poll Question:
Saturday morning saw scores greeting the morning and getting their fill of breakfast in Big Horn. The Big Horn Volunteer Fire Department hosted their annual pancake and sausage feed, all as a fundraiser for the fire department and a great way to start the day with family and friends.
Sens. Enzi, Barrasso to Obama: 'Don’t Abuse Monument Power to Pay Political Debts'
Wyoming's senators are concerned with a 1906 law that empowers the president in designating certain areas of federal land as a monument. They say the power could be abused to ultimately hinder American energy development. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has more.
Mother Nature certainly dominated the news this past week with a bevy of severe thunderstorms that brought high winds and damaging hail to much of northeast Wyoming. Late Tuesday afternoon, torrential rain in Sheridan County resulted in flash flooding. Sheridan County Emergency Management Coordinator Dave Coleman.