Sheridan County

Now that it's been a month since Wyoming lawmakers wrapped up the budget session approving a $3.2 billion budget for the biennium, we figured we'd get Senator John Schiffer's take on how the budgeting process went this year.

Runny noses and itchy eyes – a sure sign of spring in Wyoming for those with seasonal allergies. Tree pollen counts have been in the "high" category in areas below the snow line for the last couple of weeks. Maples, poplars and junipers are the main culprits. Dr.

Over the past several years rabies cases in Sheridan County have been on the rise, which is just another reason why getting your pets and animals vaccinated against the disease is so important. Veterinarian Dr. Mark Schreiber says the rabies vaccine works very

The Wyoming Workforce Development Council is now accepting nominations for the 2012 Governor’s Summit on Workforce Solutions which will be held on June 14 and 15 at Gillette College.

Sheridan County School District 1 board of trustees approved multiple certified and extra duty positions during a meeting Friday morning in Ranchester, including head football coaches for Big Horn and Tongue River high schools.

(WY News Service) -- A Republican group is working to cross party lines and make environmental issues less of a partisan issue but is having trouble gaining traction with a series of proposed legislation.

Sheridan College will close the area surrounding the current Whitney Building and also the exit near the armory beginning Monday, April 9 while the new Edward A Whitney Academic Center is built.

A familiar face at the Dog and Cat Shelter of Sheridan will be a little less familiar beginning next week as Shelter Director Cel Hope says that she plans to slow down a little bit.

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