Sheridan

Sheridan College dedicated the newly constructed entrance to the facility as Veteran's Plaza this morning to mark the federal observance of Veteran's Day. College President and veteran himself, Dr.

The Wyoming Department of Health has released a plan to compensate for budget cuts, as mandated by legislative action.

Defenders of Wildlife is reporting Idaho has experienced its best year yet in terms of cohabitation with wolves on public lands where herd animals graze.

Recent statistics released by the Department of Workforce Services show the average weekly wage for a worker in Sheridan is $710, whereas Johnson County full-time employees pull in an average of $612.

Residents of Sheridan and Johnson County will have an opportunity this evening to give input on the search for the next president at the University of Wyoming.

Natrona County is banning ammunition larger than .40 calibers at a shooting range after a .50-caliber bullet ended up going through the roof of a home about a mile away.

Hunting and fishing have been a way of life for the people of Wyoming since before statehood was established.

Yesterday was Veterans Day, a day set apart to remember our nation's veterans and renew our commitment to those who have served our country.

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