Sheridan

Wyoming Secretary of State, Max Maxfield, made a stop in Sheridan today to visit with county officials regarding local State Loan and Investment Board (SLIB) projects.

Kathy Coleman, the newly elected representative for the Wyoming State Legislature House District 30, will hit the ground running when legislative sessions kick off next month. One of the items that will be first out of the gate January 8 is the consideration of a possible fuel tax.

Buffalo resident Randy Moses was just digging a hole to install a mailbox post when he made an interesting discovery in his yard. He found a human skull in the hole he was digging, according to his wife, Heather Moses.

The Christmas Stroll Committee in Sheridan announced the first winner in the weekly drawings for stroll button holders. Kathy J.

The trustees for the Sheridan Economic and Educational Development Authority Joint Powers Board agreed to appropriate $25,000 to hire consultants CAEL and Avalanche, who'll begin preliminary work on phase one of a Career and Technical Education Training Study commissioned by SEEDA.

The Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce Christmas Stroll Committee has announced the winners of the Business Lighting and Decorating Contest. For Best Indoor, 1st place went to Babe's Flowers, while 2nd place belongs to NEST Home and Holiday/Window Works and More.

A former Sheridan resident and World War II veteran, Charles R. Johnson, was honored posthumously by Senator Mike Enzi this month after the U.S. Army lost paperwork documenting his heroic achievements. Chris Foy has the story.

Sheridan resident Caron Avery, 51, was arraigned in Fourth Judicial District Court in Sheridan Tuesday on two counts of Felony Forgery and one count of Involuntary Manslaughter, which is also a felony. Avery pleaded “not guilty” to all of the charges.

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