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December 21st

Wyoming Girls School Continues To Evolve Throughout The Years

The Wyoming Girls School in Sheridan is a a therapeutic and educational facility for the treatment of court-ordered delinquent girls ages 12 to 21 and it has been in existence since 1925.

War Veterans Share Stories for Future Generations

Cheyenne, WY (WY News Service) - Wartime memories of veterans across the country are being preserved by a team of volunteers, with videotaped interviews that eventually will be available through the N

December 20th

Tuba Christmas Provides Unique Sounds Of The Season

Tuba Ensemble! That’s what you would have heard if you were one of hundreds gathered at the Sheridan Holiday Inn atrium on Saturday afternoon.

Sheridan City Council Will Hold Final Regular Meeting Of 2009

Tonight is the third Monday of the month, and that means the City of Sheridan will hold their last regular city council meeting of the year tonight at City Hall.

Man Pleads Not-Guilty To Charges Of Child Abuse

A Sheridan man appeared in 4th Judicial District Court to be arraigned on charges of aggravated assault and battery, and child abuse.

Montana-Dakota Utilities Request To Raise Their Prices

"Should the Public Service Commission approve the rate increase of between 26% and 41% requested by MDU?" That is this week's Bank of Sheridan-sheridanmedia.com poll question.

Low Elk Numbers On The Refuge In Jackson Hole Wyoming

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) - National Elk Refuge officials say a
combination of hunting pressure, mild weather and good forage

H1N1 Vaccine Recommended Across Wyoming

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - State Health Officer Dr. Brent Sherard says vaccine for the H1N1 swine flu is now plentiful across Wyoming.

NV Wildlife Agency Backs BLM In Wild-Horse Lawsuit

RENO, Nev. (AP) - The Nevada Department of Wildlife is siding with federal land managers against a lawsuit seeking to block the removal of 2,500 wild horses from the range north of Reno.

December 19th

Montana Land Board To Make Decision On Coal Reserve Monday

BILLINGS, (AP) - State officials say the Montana Land Board will vote Monday on whether to put up for lease a half-billion ton coal reserve near the Wyoming border - a