Sheridan County

Wyoming Rep. Rep. Cynthia Lummis says she willingly gave up a seat on the powerful House Appropriations Committee because she wanted to return to the Natural Resources Committee.

The Sheridan County School District #2's board of trustees are looking for professional services to help with projects related to construction at several locations. Facilities Director, Julie Carroll, said they're looking for a commissioning agent.

The reintegration of wolves into Yellowstone National Park and eventual delisting of the species has been a touchy subject for the Game and Fish Department. Amid strong opinions and litigation, it's no surprise many officials have remained tight-lipped about the issue.

The Bighorn National Forest provides many opportunities for winter recreation, as it's become a mecca for snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

The Sheridan Police Department reports as of the end of last week, 69 deer have been harvested by police officers as part of a population control program designed to improve citizen safety within city limits. For the past few years, the PD gets permission to harvest deer that encroach into town.

It's time to once again take a look back at some of the stories that made news this past week with our Sheridan Media week in review. The Sheridan City Council Monday night removed from the table and ultimately approved the Holly Ponds planned unit development #9. City Engineer Lane Thompson.

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Wyoming's billion-dollar industry of farming and ranching looks promising for future generations—that is, if they can get a foot in the door.

When a Casper College instructor was attacked and killed in front of his class, by his own son, there wasn't much campus security staff could have done to stop it.

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