Sheridan

The Wyoming Highway Patrol is increasing the number of boots on the ground during New Years Eve. Sergeant Stephen Townsend with the WHP says this is because of the many late-night parties on the holiday.

We continue our Sheridan County year in review series with a look back at some of the top stories for April through June.

As of Thursday, the Sheridan Senior Center's Holiday Spirit Campaign had raised $17,000. Donation letters were sent out prior to Thanksgiving and another round of letters are expected to go out in mid January.

If you received a new cell phone for Christmas and are wondering what to do with your old phone, Sheridan Community Federal Credit Union has just the thing for you. Credit Union Vice President Megan Powers explains.

In the shadow of the recent murder-suicide at Casper College and the tragic shooting massacre in Newton, Connecticut, many are examining - and questioning - the mental states of the attackers. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced Wednesday that the Gray Wolf Hunt Area No. 1, the Clark's Fork Management Unit northwest of Cody, is now closed. The area closed Wednesday morning because the mortality quota of four wolves was reached.

A chance to win a whopping $1,000 Chamber Bucks, courtesy of the Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce, is fast approaching. Chair of the Christmas Stroll Committee, Judy Taylor, explains.

Last week we told you about an effort to garner public feedback on the possibility of moving the two “lion dog” sculptures that adorn the front entrance of Kendrick Park in Sheridan.

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