Sheridan

The U.S. Court of Appeals for th 10th Circuit has rejected an appeal by Cordero Mining, LLC, of Gillette, for worker discrimination.

One of Wyoming's senators was among just eight Republicans voting in favor of a United Nations disability treaty defeated in the Senate.

This week, Sheridan Media News has explored dietary pitfalls of the holiday season.

The Sheridan College Wind and Jazz Ensemble, Jazz Combo and Wind Ensemble will perform at Big Horn High School Sunday night under the direction of Dr. Micheal Flynn.

The Board of Trustees at the Johnson County Healthcare Center, elected their officers to their positions.

Dennis Lawrence was retained as President, Kathy Reimann elected again as Secretary, and Ray Holt was elected to replace Craig Jones as Treasurer.

Out here in Wyoming, we want to believe that CO2 from our coal is not causing global warming. And we are pretty much in denial about this whole climate change argument.

But there is some evidence...

It's an annual holiday tradition that's spanned almost three decades in Sheridan and it will once again be taking place this weekend. We're talking about the Trail End Historic Site Holiday Open House this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Film crews visited the Lake Stop at Lake DeSmet Tuesday morning to shoot a scene from feature film produced by Paramount Pictures. Sheridan Media's Chris Foy has the story.

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