Archive - News

October 25th, 2014

BLM Waived-Recreation Fee Days Announced

The Bureau of Land Management will once again waive recreation-related fees for visitors to the National System of Public Lands on four occasions in the coming year 2015.

October 24th

Wyoming News

Posted in

Latest Wyoming news, sports, business and entertainment

Two Shows Left for '42nd Street'

Only two shows are left for this year's Gala show at the WYO Theater. Leslie Stratmoen has the wrap.

A Look Back in Time: Oct. 25, 1914

Miss Rose Ferguson was initiated into the mysteries of the Thursday afternoon bridge club at the home of Mrs. Ferguson.

Sales Tax Priorities Set

Sheridan County and the four municipalities anticipate receiving more than $6.8 million if voters next month approve continuing the current optional one-cent sales tax for another four years.

Conservation Districts to Meet in Sheridan

The Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts will meet in Sheridan next month.

Woman Faces Possible Kidnapping Charges

A woman has been taken into custody in connection with the kidnapping of her own biological child. Sgt. Travis Koltiska of the Sheridan Police Department confirmed the identity of the woman as Destiny Pyke, who at one time lived in the Sheridan/Johnson County area.

October 23rd

County Board of Health Discusses Tele-medicine, Flu, Ebola

Johnson County's Board of Health met this week during the regular county commissioner's meeting, and topics discussed ranged from tele-medicine to the possibility of Ebola affecting the county.

Missing Man Found In Bighorns

A man tagging along on a hunt became separated and spent a couple of days in the Bighorn Mountains earlier this week before being found by searchers from Johnson, Sheridan, Washakie and Big Horn Counties.

Buffalo Council Approves Funds For YMCA Repairs

Buffalo's City Council has approved funds to repair walls in the racquetball area of the city-owned Johnson County Family YMCA building.