The Antelope Butte Foundation is striving to not only resurrect the old Antelope Butte Ski Area, but to create a year long mountain recreation facility in the bighorns.

The biggest issue lawmakers in this year's Legislative session are facing is how to make up what is expected to be a $400 million shortfall per year in funding for the state's schools over the next biennium.

Some might call it the ‘call of the jungle,’ but for the Sheridan area in the cold dead of winter, it’s the call out, to all the Jane’s in the area and Sheridan Media’s Judy Hagerott brings us the story.

Many people believe that the Sheridan Police Department or any police department has a quota for tickets each month. According to Lt. Tom Ringley, that is a myth. However he does say they have a quota.

Members of the recently formed Real Resistance Wyoming organization carried signs in protest of a proposed education
bill in downtown Sheridan Saturday afternoon.

Sixty percent of Wyoming's community college funds comes from the state of Wyoming.

A bill came out of the Senate Judiciary committee this week that Sen. Dave Kinskey says will help to cut down on drunk driving in Wyoming. The Sheridan lawmaker elaborated in an interview with Sheridan Media.

Earlier this month, a program was shown at the Sheridan Fulmer Library on Antarctica. According to the Library’s Programming Coordinator Christina Schmidt, the response was so positive that they have scheduled an encore presentation.

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