Sheridan

Earlier this week at the Legislative Forum in Sheridan, our local legislators received an update from Megan Degenfelder from Cloud Peak Energy, who own and operate three coal mines in the Powder River Basin, including the Spring Creek Mine, 35 miles north of Sheridan in Montana.

Speaking on behalf of the City of Sheridan, City Council President Shelleen Smith discussed the importance of the Wyoming Business Council at this week’s Legislative Forum in Sheridan.

Stepping into the room, I was surrounded by cows. No, I was not in a barn, I was at the SAGE art center in the midst of Sonja Caywood’s one-woman show of about 30 paintings of cows.

UPDATE: No one was injured in a house fire that occurred in the early morning hours Wednesday.

Day two of the Legislative Forum held in Sheridan included reports on the Connor Battlefield State Park and a natural gas pipeline from Ranchester Mayor Peter Clark.

Another presenter for Wednesday’s session of the Legislative Forum held in Sheridan was Lynn Gordon reporting on a new childhood readiness program called High Five.

By day’s end, local state legislators representing both Sheridan and Johnson counties heard reports from 21 different people during Wednesday’s Legislative Forum held in Sheridan.

Artist Sonja Caywood’s one-woman show opens tonight at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan.

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