Sheridan County

Wyoming Senator John Barrasso spoke on the floor of the U.S. Senate Wednesday, addressing concerns that President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, will guarantee middle-class families will pay higher taxes.

Wyoming’s first ever Women's One Shot Antelope Hunt, an event that both raises money for the Wyoming Womens' Foundation and celebrates female hunters, will be held in October 2013.

Officials with Yellowstone National Park have announced the park will open to the public, as scheduled, this Saturday. According to a media release from the National Park Service, visitors can check out some of the park's offerings as early as 7 a.m. Saturday morning.

It's become an annual tradition at the the last Sheridan County Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon of the year to hand out the Business Awards for the year. Business of the Year went to Black Tooth Brewing Company of Sheridan.

Sheridan and Johnson County state legislators will sit through a two-day forum in Sheridan City Council Chambers next Tuesday and Wednesday to hear short presentations on constituent issues before they head to Cheyenne to begin the next legislative session.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has announced its “Hunting Information and Application Booklet will not be printed this year.

Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction, Cindy Hill, has issued a 541-page response to a report from the Legislative Service Office that accuses the public school system does not prepare its students for life after graduation. After incubation of the issue since Nov.

The Wyoming Supreme Court is set to hear arguments from lawyers representing two Wyoming teenagers serving life sentences in the home invasion slaying of a Sheridan man.

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