Wyoming’s U.S. Senator John Barrasso made a surprise stop in Sheridan Friday to talk with members of the Wyoming Federation of Republican Women.

Officials with the Wyoming Department of Health and Wyoming Game and Fish Department are reminding hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts to be aware of tularemia while enjoying the outdoors.

A squash derby, apple bobbing contest, classic American Gothic photo opportunity and an appearance by a celebrity guest will all be part of the harvest celebration today in Sheridan.

Jillian Balow, who is the head of Wyoming's Department of Education, praised Republican women as constantly the strength of their families, the strength of their communities, the strength of their party and the strength of the state.

Sheridan Fire-Rescue personnel are encouraging people to install smoke detectors in every bedroom in their homes.

Now here's Sheridan Media's look back in time, to 100 years ago, by reporter Pat Blair as published in the Sheridan Enterprise newspaper on Oct. 3, 1915.

A delegation from the University of Wyoming accompanied by a couple of state senators took a trip recently to China to discuss the advancement of clean-coal energy and coal-conversion technologies.

On a recent Public Pulse show, host Kim love asked the two Sheridan County Commissioners on the show, Steve Maier and Terry Cram, if it was fair to say that as they look ahead to the budget into a time of reduced revenues and expectations, and receiving less from the state, they’ll be doing less or fewer projects.

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